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The System of the World - Book 6: Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Book 6: Chapter 3 Summary

The Saracen's Head Inn, Jan. 15, 1714

Will, Daniel, Thomas and the potential investors decide to conclude business in the Saracen's Head, a local inn. Will seems cocky about his dealings and Daniel seems tired. They are discussing political outcomes in England when Daniel suddenly announces that he will be heading to London with another party. This greatly concerns Will and he worries about Daniel's welfare.

Book 6: Chapter 3 Analysis

This chapter highlights the political tension that envelops all of England. While Will gloats over the financial gain that he and Thomas have acquired, owed in part to Daniel's presence, Daniel makes alternative arrangements to fulfill his obligation to Princess Caroline. Stephenson shows readers Daniel's bitterness toward England's current political standings and his urgency to travel to London and rectifying grievances between Newton and Leibniz. While Will and Daniel seem to be on edge with each other, they...

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