We Have Always Lived in the Castle - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Charles leaves for the village, and Merricat is upset because Constance has given him a key to the outside gate. It is Tuesday, Merricat's day for going into the village, but Charles has gone for her. She goes up to her father's bedroom, which Charles is staying in, and she looks for a charm to use against Charles. She finds her father's gold watch chain. She takes it outside and nails it to a tree.

Charles finds the gold watch chain nailed to the tree and brings it into the house. He is furious that Merricat would treat an object of value in such a way. One of the links is smashed, and he goes on and on about how much the item is worth and how he could have used it. Uncle Julian makes comments about John Blackwood and how he was...

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