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Chatterton Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 6 Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 6 Summary

Thomas Chatterton wrote a history of his life in one of the manuscripts Charles found. Chatterton was born on Pile Street in Bristol three months after his father died, who had been the singing master of St. Mary Redcliffe church. Chatterton was very close to his mother, though he was a sort of outcast among the children his own age. He was fascinated with the church where his father worked and was often there, playing inside it and exploring its many rooms. When he wasn't at the church, he was at home going through his father's old books or at Mr. Joynson's publishers borrowing his books. One day Chatterton found some old parchments among his father's things and asked his mother where they had come from. His mother told him they were in a room at the church. Chatterton went to that room and found...

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