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The System of the World - Study Guide Book 6: Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Book 6: Chapter 28 Summary

The White Tower

Claimed by the French, the Tower is a crumbling battleground. Jack has used McIan's skills to gain his current positioning. Feeling that McIan is no longer of any use and untrustworthy, Jack removes him before entering the English mint with Saturn and Father De Gex. They enter the vault and claim the Pyx, a black chest that contains samples of English coinage.

Book 6: Chapter 28 Analysis

Several unexpected situations arise in this chapter. Firstly, the battle between McIan and Jack comes as a complete surprise even though the reader suspects these two characters are not the closest of friends. This twist depicts Jack as a deceitful character who will go to extraordinary lengths to achieve what he wants, even if that means killing people. The second surprise is the fact that Saturn helped in Jack's robbery, especially because Daniel has had dealings with...

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