Cradle and All - Book Two: Chapters 37-42 Summary & Analysis

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Book Two: Chapters 37-42 Summary

As the girls journey through the remaining weeks of their pregnancies, the world is experiencing natural disasters. Father Rosetti watches the television and reads the newspapers. His impression of New York City is that it is like Hell and he finds it shocking. Around the world people are experiencing awful conditions. India has a drought that is long lasting and deadly. Six hundred thousand people have succumbed to the heat and famine associated with the drought. Genocide has been reported in Rwanda. The AIDS virus is spreading into new areas throughout the world. The new and especially vicious polio epidemic is traveling across America. Lastly, a plague similar to Ebola has been reported in France. The death and destruction are reminiscent of incidents from the Bible. They are proportionate to the levels of widespread disease that were...

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