No. 44, The Mysterious Stranger - Chapters 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5 and 6 Summary

The men continue to ostracize No. 44 and call him a Jail-Bird because he never denied being in prison. Some others call No. 44 a milksop because of his pacifist ways in breaking up and preventing fights among the others.

Katrina has taken No. 44 under her wing and provides him new clothing. No. 44 is extremely grateful and comes to consider Katrina like his own mother.

August is in a quandary about how to relate to No. 44 because any friendly gestures on his part will make August's life very difficult, yet August feels terrible about the improper treatment No. 44 receives from most of the tribe.

None of the ill treatment fazes No. 44 as he continues his strange ways, which are always attributed to the resident magician. One day, No. 44 unchains the surly dog and commands the canine to address Heinrich with respect, and to...

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