Jinx - Chapters 6-10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6

Jinx learns to read quickly, and in several different languages. However, when Simon begins teaching Jinx magic, he has trouble finding his personal source of power. At one point Simon gives Jinx a tiny gold bird on which he has placed a spell that he tells Jinx will keep him safe.

Jinx is often left alone. Jinx is lonely. For this reason, Jinx spends a lot of time looking out the Farseeing Window. Each time Jinx looks through this window, he sees a young girl in a red cape. Jinx speaks to her and imagines what she might say back to him. Other times, Jinx goes out into the Urwald and listens to the trees talk through the ground. The trees tell amazing stories. One day the trees tell Jinx someone is hurting them, and Jinx finds a group of wanderers cutting down saplings. Jinx speaks...

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