A Handful of Dust - Chapter Six, Du Cote de Chez Todd Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Six, Du Cote de Chez Todd Summary

Mr. Todd has lived in the city called Amazonas for sixty years, essentially with no one knowing of his existence. The area which he lived were often claimed to be owned by both Brazil and Dutch Guiana, but none of the inhabitants recognize either government. Mr. Todd's house is distinctly close to the waters where Messinger's life ended. One of the Pie-Wie Indians whose village surrounds Todd's come to him with news that there is a stranger wandering through the forest. The man is Tony and he is still babbling in an incoherent state. He sees Todd's hut and comments, As the days pass, Todd nurses Tony with herbal medicines, and he slowly returns to life.

Tony and Mr. Todd don't speak much and Tony spends most of his time awake...

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