The Museum of Extraordinary Things - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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In the first section of Chapter 4 – The Man Who Felt No Pain – Eddie recounted how he had planned to sell the watch he stole from Harry Block to pay for Moses Levy’s funeral, but the watch broke on the very same day. When he went to have it repaired, the watchmaker guessed that it was stolen.

Eddie photographed rallies for the labor movement and was confronted by a childhood friend, Isaac Rosenfeld, who criticized Eddie for abandoning his father, his religion, and his people. Isaac spat at Eddie.

Eddie started trying to track down Harry Block and spent many nights observing the Block family’s brownstone mansion from across the street. One night, Eddie snuck into a party being held at the mansion by claiming to be an official photographer. He was dismayed by the show of wealth inside, which he photographed. As...

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