The Little Red Chairs - Into the Woods- Jack Summary & Analysis

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“Into the Woods” opens from the perspective of a schoolchild recalling events to the reader in the past tense. One day, Vlad took a class full of children to the woods to teach them about edible and medicinal flora. For some reason, almost every student wanted to walk next to him. They then had a picnic, where Vlad told them that all wrongs are avenged through the cosmos. Suddenly, a guard intervened and questioned Vlad, asking him if the teacher knew that he had her children (Vlad did not know). The perspective then shifts back to the 3rd-person narrator. Vlad recalled his wife and how he had to stop writing to her, as it was getting too dangerous. The guard asked if Vlad was related to Dracula and asked for his identification. Vlad handed over the false documents, hoping that the...

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