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The Schooldays of Jesus - Chapters 6 - 9 Summary & Analysis

J. M. Coetzee
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In Chapter 6, Simón brings Davíd to the Academy of Dance for his first day of school there. One of the first things that Ana Magdalena says to Davíd is, “Just as there are noble metals and slave metals, there are noble numbers and slave numbers. You will learn to dance the noble numbers” (53). As Simón leaves the school, he runs in to Dmitri again. He and Dmitri converse, and Dmitri freely admits that he is in love with Ana Magdalena. Simón remarks that Ana Magdalena is married to Señor Arroyo, the musician at the Academy of Dance, but Dmitri merely dismisses this remark. While Davíd is in school, Simón wanders around town and looks for work. After he brings Davíd home, Davíd explains that, according to Ana Magdalena, numbers exist among the stars...

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