Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - Study Guide Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Ransom Riggs
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The next day is cold and rainy, and Jacob's father doesn't want him to go off on his own, but Jacob convinces him, saying he's going to go visit new friends on the other side of the island. As he's making his way back to the Home, he worries that when he goes back through the cairn, the house won't be as it was. But when he emerges into 1940, everything is as he remembered it being (see "Quotes," p. 180). Emma is waiting for him, and she hurries him along to the house, where he is seated at a makeshift stage and watches as Miss Peregrine and the children put on a show for him, the kind of show that Emma says they used to do years ago - displaying their "peculiarities" for the public as a sideshow. Jacob learns the names of a few more of the...

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