The Museum of Extraordinary Things - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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In the first section of Chapter 3 – The Dreamer from the Dream – Coralie recounted when Raymond Morris, also known as the Wolfman, first arrived at the Museum of Extraordinary Things. Mr. Morris was raised in captivity at his home because his family was ashamed of his appearance. They provided him with everything he needed to be comfortable, including two servants. He thought he was happy until he read a copy of the novel “Jane Eyre” by Charlotte Brontë, in which a madwoman is imprisoned in the attic of a mansion and eventually burns down the house rather than continuing to live in captivity. The story inspired Mr. Morris to escape his home and move to New York where he believed he would find freedom. But people in New York were afraid of his appearance and attacked him, believing he was a monster. He was rescued...

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