My Brother Sam Is Dead - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Tim tries to find a chance to talk to Mr. Heron without his father around, and fortunately Mr. Heron comes into the tavern on his own. Tim tells him that he wants to deliver messages for him and lies that Father said it would be okay, as long as he didn't know. Mr. Heron knows that Tim is lying, but he agrees to give Tim a shot anyway. He muses that Tim is a lot like Sam and tells him to come over early the next morning. Tim asks his father if he can go fishing the next day, and Father says yes. Tim feels bad about lying to his father, but right now glory seems more important than honor.

Tim goes to Mr. Heron's house first thing in the morning, carrying his fishing line and hooks and trying not to be noticed...

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