Wieland; and Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist - Chapters VI & VII Summary & Analysis

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Chapters VI & VII Summary

In Chapter VI, the villain of the piece makes his first appearance. Clara identifies him as such immediately without immediately naming him. She first spies him from a distance and notes him because of his unusual appearance. Later that day he appears at her house to request some water. Clara notes that he is an unusual looking man, his features are not attractive yet they play on her mind. Most importantly he has the most appealing voice Clara has ever heard.

The following night, Clara is woken by what seems to be a whisper in her ear, although she is alone in the room. She hears further voices in her closet and overhears what seems to be a conversation plotting her murder. Two voices argue over whether to shoot her or suffocate her. Clara flees the house and runs...

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