Nights at the Circus - Section 2, Chapters 6 - 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6: Walser feels out of balance. He can no longer write or type his articles because his arm is injured from the tiger attack, and hence, he is no longer pretending to be a clown, but has become a clown in reality. He also finally concede she is in love with Fevvers, although he does not understand why. He feels anxious and confused, as he has never been in love before, and she has humiliated him, something no woman has ever done before. He is not surprised she is out to fool him (he has believed her to be running a con all along), however, he cannot understand why he has been chosen to play her Fool. He wanders the streets trying to sort out his conflicting emotions.

Chapter 7: The courtyard of the Imperial Circus is bustling. The children are practicing tightrope, the tiger tamer is...

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