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A Dance to the Music of Time: A Question of Upbringing. a Buyer's Market. the Acceptance World Themes

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Coming of Age

There are many examples of the coming of age theme in this book. The characters are school boys as the story opens and they age physically over the course of the events that comprise the story, which makes it natural that they would also age emotionally as well. Jenkins is the most prevalent example and his emerging maturity is seen throughout the course of the story. One example of this is when Jenkins visits Uncle Giles in London. Though Jenkins had no intention of meeting up with Giles, he does so after Templer breaks their evening's plans to go to a party. Jenkins then looks up Giles because he has nothing better to do but over the course of the evening he comes to realize things about his uncle he previously had not known, including that the money from a family trust may be more important...

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