The Man Without a Face - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

Gloria introduced Percy, her new Princeton boyfriend, to Charles. Gloria picked up one of Charles' books and, fearing that it was McLeod's book and his name might be inside, thought quick and spilled milk all over before she could open the book. Percy looked at Gloria in a new way. She had her sweet act on but the real Gloria was unleashed when she hurled vicious invectives at her younger brother.

Up in his room, Charles opened the book that Gloria had almost opened. It did have McLeod's name in it and to his surprise it also had the notation: "St. Matthews School, 1958." Since 1958 was only thirteen years before, he must have been a teacher there. He re-read "High Flight" and enjoyed it even more.

Meg told Charles that Gloria was asking a lot of questions about Charles' books and whether he was...

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