Cat's Cradle - Chapters 114-127 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 114-127 Summary

At the memorial ceremony, Ambassador Minton makes a moving, dignified speech about the futility of war before dropping the wreath into the water. The ambassador, who lost his own son in World War II, protests that all the men who die in wars are just children.

John is still sick and moves to the edge of the parapet to throw up. The air show has begun. One of the decrepit bombers bursts into flame. All of its bombs explode, shaking the ground. One tower of the castle collapses into the sea. Below him, John can see the golden boat with Monzano's body dropping into the ocean.

A crack opens on the parapet and quickly turns into a chasm. Mona calmly steps on John's side, along with the Castles and the Hoenikkers. The ambassador and his wife and trapped on the other...

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