If on a Winter's Night a Traveler - Study Guide Chapter 5 and Looks Down in the Gathering Shadow Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 5, the reader and Ludmilla find themselves waiting to hear more of Without Fear of Wind or Vertigo, but Lotaria tells them they only have a small piece of the novel. Again, Ludmilla says she likes yet another kind of book, that which allows one to observe the growth of the book just for fun, without underlying meaning. The reader suggests they go to the publisher to demand answers, and while Ludmilla agrees, she states she would rather not go. She believes there is a line between reader and person who makes books, and that to cross that line would be to erase it, which would take away some of the joy of reading. The reader decides to go on his own and report back to Ludmilla. When Cavedagna, the desk clerk...

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