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State of Wonder - Chapter Six Summary & Analysis

Ann Patchett
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Chapter Six Summary

In Chapter Six, Easter proves to be a handy person on deck, as he drives the boat through traffic. Swenson and Marina discuss the Lakashi, and as Swenson builds up Anders, Marina knows she is intentionally implying Marina is lower than Anders in her eyes. She explains that Easter is not Lakashi, but likely Hummocca, and that he is smaller than normal, but she estimates him to be twelve years old. Marina admits she has no children, and is not married, to which Swenson seems pleased. Swenson points out the Hummocca likely left Easter in her care with the Lakashi, as almost all tribes know she is a doctor. She admits this is her own fault, as she often helped to care for the injured in the beginning, when she was a member of Dr. Rapp's party. When questioned about her...

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