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The King's Stilts

The King's Stilts


by Dr. Seuss

Home Dr Seuss The King's Stilts Summary Paragraphs 118-120

The King's Stilts Paragraphs 118-120 Summary

All's Well 

  • In the end, Lord Droon is punished in a rather creative fashion—he's sent to live the rest of his life in a house with "Measles" tacked outside the door.
  • Oh, and he also has to eat Nizzards three times every day (118). Gross, much?
  • And as for Eric?
  • Well, King Birtram rewards his loyal subject with his very own pair of stilts. And together, they work hard during the day and then gallivant about on their stilts during the afternoon (119-120).
  • At last, peace and order are restored.

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