The Monstrumologist - Chapter Five: I Am Quite Lonely At Times Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Five: I Am Quite Lonely At Times Summary

In Chapter Five, Will returns to the house after mailing the letters to find the doctor gone. He reads the paper Warthrop was passionate about as he read of Dedham, and learns a Captain Varner was the man committed, after swearing he and his crew were attacked by monsters they were paid to haul from oversees. Will wonders how the Anthropophagi have survived all these years. The doctor returns, and informs Will he has been to the cemetery, where he noted at least two dozen sets of prints, and cleaned up what he could of their previous night's adventure, to avoid detection. Will wonders, to this day, if the doctor was concerned about the public welfare, or if he merely wanted to avoid detection of his father's involvement. Warthrop...

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