A Discovery of Witches - Chapters 6-9 Summary & Analysis

Deborah Harkness
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In Chapter 6, Diana returns to the library and finds Matthew in a different seat so that he can now track her movements but he is not so near. He introduces Diana to another vampire, a small woman named Dr. Miriam Shepherd. There are some creatures in the library but Diana has a productive day. When Diana leaves for lunch, Matthew makes it clear that Miriam is to follow. Miriam is clearly angry about her assignment, but she goes. A daemon named Agatha Wilson slips by Miriam and takes a seat with Diana. Agatha reveals that witches sealed the Ashmole manuscript. She shows Diana a news story about a murderer who leaves his victims bloodless, and the press is calling him a vampire killer, using it to explain that vampires are unpredictable, therefore untrustworthy. She says the library is not “just a building” (57). According...

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