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Galapagos - Book Two: And the Thing Became, Chapter 3-Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Book Two: And the Thing Became, Chapter 3-Chapter 4 Summary

While in Midland City, Ohio, as a sixteen-year-old boy, Wait is mowing the lawn of a wealthy local man whose wife is addicted to prescription drugs and alcohol. Wait is not looking for any trouble, since he wants to leave for Manhattan. The police are always watching him, although he's never committed a crime. Still, the wife comes out in a bathing suit and asks him inside. Soon, they're having sex, and nine months later she has Wait's son. Her husband thinks the child is his. Later, Wait learns about the child, but he never thinks of the boy as a relative. A million years later, males reach sexual prime at six.

On board the Bahía de Darwin, no one is truly hungry yet, and everyone can sleep except the captain and...

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