The Map of Love - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Anna writes Caroline about arriving in Alexandria. Anna is frustrated trying to explain to her maid, Emily, the oddity of Egypt's position, independent from the Ottoman Sultan, but still nominally part of his empire, while being ruled by the British Agency. Anna rents a fairly hideous suite, and young James Barrington is proving to be a helpful friend. Amal is glad Anna is writing letters and consults microfilm archives to recreate Anna's Egypt. Anna is happy in a "jolly place," and receiving Barrington's help, seeing and understanding the sights. Anna inaugurates a new journal, thinking about Edward having also been in Alexandria.

Chapter 6 Analysis

Chapter 6, rather unexpectedly, brings Anna to Alexandria, Egypt, and being helped by the British Agency to settle in for a bit of tourism. Amal is becoming an ever more competent and enthusiastic researcher. Note the colorful detail on the...

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