The Museum of Extraordinary Things - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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In the first section of Chapter 9 – The Girl Who Could Fly – Coralie was locked in her room when Professor Sardie discovered that the body had been stolen from his basement. The Professor got Coralie to confess that she had travelled to Manhattan without his permission and accused her of no longer being a virgin, which was untrue. He brought a man who claimed to be a doctor to examine Coralie and decide whether or not she was still a virgin. The doctor had attended some of Coralie’s nighttime performances in the tanks and threatened to rape her and tell her father that she had already lost her virginity before he had examined her. Coralie attacked the man with a scalpel and forced him to write a note to her father declaring that she was a virgin.

In the second section of Chapter 9 – May...

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