Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - Chapter 6, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

Ransom Riggs
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Miss Peregrine makes Jacob take a bath and dresses him in clothes of the period just before the war. She then takes him down to dinner and introduces him to the other peculiars. One of them, Olive, is the levitating girl. Jacob recognizes another girl, Claire, from one of the trunk photographs, and is surprised to discover that the long curly hair he remembers from that photo conceals an extra mouth in the back of her head (*photo). While they eat, Jacob and Miss Peregrine both are asked a lot of questions, including why Jacob is wearing the clothes of a boy named Victor. Miss Peregrine explains that Victor doesn't need them any more. The sumptuous meal is interrupted by the sound of airplanes overhead. When Jacob reacts in fear, remembering this is the day the Home was destroyed, the other children laugh and joke...

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