All Things Wise and Wonderful - Chapters 10 - 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10 - 12 Summary

In chapter ten, Helen is only about two weeks away from delivering their baby, and James chafes at the distance between them. He realizes that he is experiencing her pregnancy right along with her with his unexplained queasiness every morning, his fatigue, and the pains in his abdomen simulating contractions. In Yorkshire the people believe that such symptoms mean that the man is carrying the pregnancy. For James it means he simply cannot wait any longer to see his wife. James goes AWOL, taking the three hour bus trip to Darrowby to spend a single happy hour with Helen, then returning on the three hour bus trip back to Scarborough. The hour is bliss and reassures James that his wife is healthy and happy. Breaking the rules for James is very out of character, but war changes a lot of things.

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