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Dodger - Chapter Six Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Six Summary

As he walks home, Dodger considers the idea that he really doesn't know who he is any longer. He has noticed the worry in Mrs. Mayhew's countenance and has picked up on a general unhappiness in the atmosphere of the family. Dodger decides to go into the sewer to try to cheer himself up but goes home to change clothes first. As he winds his way back home, he notices the Punch and Judy show. Punch, whom he realizes is much like the people who have hurt Simplicity, angers Dodger. Although he knows he can't do anything about the cruelty that goes on every day in the world, he believes that he might be able to do something to help Simplicity. As he moves through the city, Dodger drops hints and questions, hoping these bits of conversation will lead him to...

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