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If on a Winter's Night a Traveler Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 and In a Network of Lines that Enlace Summary

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Chapter 6 and In a Network of Lines that Enlace Summary

In Chapter 6, the reader finds himself at the end of the copy, and begins to hunt for the rest of the manuscript. Cavedagna gives the reader the Marana file to look through, and the reader finds Marana always writes letters to delay his submissions. The letters come from five continents, seem chronologically out of order, and often hold contrasting views of surrounding areas. The latest letters offer Cavedagna the translated novel by Silas Flannery called In a Network of Lines that Enlace. Another letter tells of the Father of Stories, an old Indian man who tells stories of countries and time frames unknown to him, and often tells stories that appear years later by a different author. In another letter, Marana speaks of the headquarters of the OEPHLW, Organization for the...

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