Modoc: The True Story of the Greatest Elephant That Ever Lived - Chapters 6-10 Summary & Analysis

Ralph Helfer
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Chapters 6-10 Summary and Analysis

Bram and Gertie head out for a picnic with Modoc. The day is magical as Bram watches Gertie dance atop the great elephant's back. Bram thinks while Gertie sleeps close to him about his father's teachings and the wonders of nature. Bram believes that nature is a direct gift from God, one to be treasured always. Bram also realizes that he loves Gertie, she is his first love. Modoc shares in the joys of the day with the two young people, as much a piece of Bram as the heart that beats in his chest.

In chapter seven, the reader learns of Bram's extended family, the people of the sideshow. Curpo is the Littlest Man in Germany, but would much prefer to be known for his work with the elephants. Lilith is the Fat Lady, weighing over six hundred...

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