A Boy and His Dog - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Blood returns to doctor the now wounded Vic and repeats, "I told you she was no good." Vic rummages through the boiler and finds the spare ammo and guns and something that must have slipped out of Quilla June's clothing – a 3-½ inch high metal plate with a string of numbers and a pattern on it. Blood sniffs it and decides it an identity card she used to get out of the "downunder" city.

Vic picks it up and heads for the access dropshaft. Blood demands that he does not go there but find him food, but Vic is determined to find Quilla June and bring her back. Blood follows him to the access dropshaft leading to Quilla June's "downunder" city of Topeka. It is a tall, straight, featureless pillar of shining black metal 20 feet in diameter, flat on top, disappearing into the...

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