The Rabbit Back Literature Society - Part One, Chapters 1-6 Summary & Analysis

Pasi Ilmari Jääskeläinen
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In Chapter 1, Ella Milana, is a high school substitute literature teacher in the Finnish town of Rabbit Back. She is alarmed when she reads a student's essay on "Crime and Punishment" that shows incorrect information. When she questions the student, he produces the book and she sees that the book is written as the student said. Ella calls her literature professor, Eljas Korpimaki, who confirms that the book given to her by the student is not accurate. Ella takes the faulty book to the Rabbit Back library and speaks to the librarian, Ingrid Katz, about the flawed book. Ingrid tells Ella that there are pranksters working in publishing and assures Ella that the book will not be returned to circulation. Ella seats herself in the reading lounge to read the newspaper, Rabbit Tracks, and watch Ingrid at her desk because she...

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