Canada: A Novel - Part 2, Chapters 63-65 Summary & Analysis

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Dell waited in the kitchen for Charley to pick him up when Arthur entered and told him they were going for a drive at the beginning of Chapter 63. Dell did not want to go but could not refuse Arthur. Dell stalled by saying he had to use the bathroom as he remembered his father saying “our most profound experiences are physical events” (365). Thinking about it at that moment, Dell dismissed this interpretation of life and believed “what mattered more…was how you felt about things; what you assumed; what you thought and feared and remembered” (366). Dell drew this conclusion because he feared that Arthur was about to confront the two Americans, so he decided that nothing would happen. But after thinking more about the arrival and presence of Jepps and Crosley, Dell changed his mind and decided his father was right after...

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