Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - Study Guide Chapter 5, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

Ransom Riggs
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Jacob makes his way back to the Home and searches its main floor for evidence of the truth of his grandfather's story. When he finds none, he realizes he has to take the risk of looking either upstairs or in the basement, and chooses the more brightly lit second floor. After navigating the rickety staircase, he looks through a series of rooms and eventually finds one in which there are two single beds - a room that Jacob senses was once his grandfather's. He finds a suitcase that he imagines once belonged to his grandfather, but is upset when he opens it and finds nothing. He lies on what he believes to have been his grandfather's bed, weeping - for all his family's losses, and for his own (see "Quotes," p. 104). When he is again calm, he looks around the room, and notices a large...

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