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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 8, Part 1 Summary

Ransom Riggs
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Chapter 8, Part 1 Summary

Jacob wakes up early the following morning, determined to avoid his father. He notices the apple, given to him by Emma, sitting on the bedside table but now withered and crumbly. Thinking about this peculiarity, he makes his way back to 1940 and the Home, where he is met by an angry Miss Peregrine. She tells him that he shouldn't have told the students all about the future, since it made them long for things they could never have. She explains that the students could never leave the loop, because if they did, time would catch up with them and make them age too quickly. She also says they could leave the home if they wanted to but stay in the period but that, she says, would mean that they would get caught up in the war and, quite possibly, attacked for being peculiar. She hints...

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