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Childhood's End Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 19 Summary

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Chapter 19 Summary

George and Jean are spending as much time as possible with their son. Jennifer remains in a continuous state of sleep, and will never awaken. Jeff floats in and out of consciousness, and no longer needs sleep. The transformation that is happening to George and Jean's children is spreading worldwide, affecting all children under the age of ten. The loss of these children greatly affects the adults forced to watch, killing their spirit. As the end of civilization nears, Karellen decides to address the world.

Chapter 19 Analysis

Due to the loss of their children, people worldwide are grieving heavily. The profound state of depression makes life unbearable for many, ending the Utopist state of the world.

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