The Museum of Extraordinary Things - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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In the first section of Chapter 6 – The Birdman – Eddie recalled his childhood escape from Ukraine with his father and their early years together in New York. Eddie felt that they had abandoned his mother when they left Ukraine, even though she was dead.

Eddie tracked down a friend of the missing girl, Hannah Weiss, who is identified only as “R”. R told Eddie that before she died Hannah had been attending labor meetings and had fallen in love.

In the second section of Chapter 6 – May 1911 – Eddie went fishing in his usual spot along the banks of the Hudson River. He discovered a shack belonging to the hermit he spoke with in Chapter 2. He discovered that the hermit kept a wolf tied up outside his shack. The hermit revealed that he saw two women coming out of the Hudson. One of them looked like a...

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