A Tale for the Time Being - Section 6 Summary & Analysis

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Section 6

Ruth thinks about Haruki #1 and how Nao does not know that her great uncle did not die carrying out his mission. She wonders why Nao has not mentioned the French diary. Ruth wonders how the diary came to be in the freezer bag and here in her hands. She thinks that Nao and her father must know the truth. Ruth wonders where Oliver is. She cannot believe that Haruki #1 is struggling with profound moral and existential issues of genocide and war and imminent death and they are worried about a missing cat. They have both been distracted since the cat had run away. Ruth blames herself for getting angry and scaring Pesto making him run out into the night.

Ruth goes out to the woodpile to get firewood. It is raining and the wind is picking up. It is not safe to be...

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