Fifth Business - Part 6 Summary & Analysis

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Ramsay begins the final part of his memoir to the Headmaster by describing the pleasure he takes in writing the autobiography of Magnus Eisengrim. It allows him to be fanciful and a little sadistic, and it sells like hot-cakes. After some months in the Adirondacks writing it, Ramsay parts from Eisengrim and Liesl and Faustina. He gives Faustina an expensive necklace, for which she gives him a kiss in return. To Eisengrim he gives studs and links, an expensive gift which Ramsay compensates him for by asking Eisengrim to contribute to the support of Mrs. Dempster, his mother. To Liesl he gives nothing, as they are already good friends, and need no gifts to confirm this.

Ramsay says he has moved Mrs. Dempster to a better facility, and she has shown some improvement, but when he tells her he has found her son, she turns against...

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