The Accidental Tourist - Study Guide Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Macon's typing is interrupted by the sound of someone yelling to call off his dog. When he looks out, Edward has backed someone into the big magnolia and is barking furiously. The unfortunate someone is Julian, who had tracked Macon down after going to his house and finding it empty. The neighbors told him where to find him and then it became clear that Macon was here during his recovery and that he wasn't at home because Sarah had left. Julian tells Macon that he is so sorry and even offers Macon an extension on his manuscript but Macon does not need it. Macon hands over the bulk of the remaining pages, Julian is satisfied, and said that the next series will be the major U.S. cities. Macon groans at the thought of all those restaurants and hotels again but he has a few weeks before...

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