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Fifth Business Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

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Chapter 6 Summary

Dunstan enjoys writing the autobiography of Magnus Eisengrim. He does not need to worry about fact-checking or historical accuracy. For the first time in his writing career, he lets his imagination run wild and writes whatever he wishes. He produces a book which he himself would enjoy reading about a magician's life, and the book becomes a best seller, although it is published under a pen name. For Eisengrim he invents a persona that is grim, fascinating, sexy, and driven to succeed through hard work. The public eats it up, and Eisengrim's star soars. Before he leaves to return to Colborne, Dunstan convinces Eisengrim to contribute financially to his mother's upkeep. Wisely, Liesl suggests they set up an automatic payment at the bank so that Eisengrim will not forget or change his mind. He parts from Liesl as friends, and returns to his normal life.

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