A Question of Upbringing
• Nick Jenkins stares into a fire and recalls memories of his school days.
• Jenkins encounters Windmerpool who is running in an effort to join an athletic team.
• Widmerpool is often alone, and even in a group is somehow separate; he never quite fits in.
• Jenkins notes that Stringham's parents are divorced, his mother is remarried and the family has money.
• Giles, Jenkins' uncle visits and lights a cigarette; the house master Le Bas later believes that the boys have been smoking.
• Giles and Jenkins' father had a falling out over an inheritance put into a trust fund.
• Templer arrives back from London later, explaining that he was with a woman and paid her for her services.
• The boys walk past the police station where they spot a wanted poster, the subject of which resembles (but is not) Le Bas.
• Stringham calls the police...
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