The Man Without a Face - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Charles began staying and having lunch with McLeod. He'd ask him questions about what he had been studying and McLeod didn't seem to think he was taking advantage of him. Charles' interest in history and math grew. Honing his math skills was important for getting into the Air Force Academy. Charles became so comfortable with McLeod that he slipped and asked him if it was true that he wrote porn under a pseudonym. McLeod laughed then laughed even harder when Charles told him how the townspeople had lined up at the bookstore trying to try to figure it out.

McLeod had written a series of novels under the pseudonym, "Terence Blake." The novels were a mixture of mythology and science. Charles knew of the series and was quite impressed. Charles had read some of them. McLeod offered to lend Charles copies of his...

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