Crocodile on the Sandbank - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

The following morning Emerson discovers that his mummy is missing and immediately blames Amelia. "My mummy! You have stolen my mummy! By Gad, Peabody, this time you have gone too far! I've watched you; don't think I have been unwitting of your machinations! My pavement, my expedition, my brother's loyalty, even my poor, helpless carcass have fallen victim to your meddling; but this—this is too much! You disapprove of my work, you want to keep me feeble and helpless in bed, so you steal my mummy! Where is it? Produce it at once, Peabody, or—" (Page 111, Chapter 6). His ire alerts the workers to the mummy's disappearance and their demeanor while working that day is sullen and silent, a stark contrast to their usual cheerful singing. Amelia keeps the vision of the previous night to herself until she wakes the following...

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