The Diary of a Country Priest - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

As the priest arranges for Mme la Comtesse's funeral, he continues to notice M. le Comte avoids him and the once friendly servants at the Ch√Ęteau seem to behave coldly toward him. To add to his troubles, the priest also notes in his diary that his short-term memory is getting very bad. The only way for him to keep track of recent events is to record them in his diary. The priest wonders if he is spending too much time at this task.

Next, the priest meets with the canon to arrange for Mme la Comtesse's funeral. During this visit, the canon informs the priest M. le Comte wants to meet with the priest in private. He also warns the priest of the wicked ways of Mlle Chantal and lets him know she is telling others a very different story of her...

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