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The Garden of Eden - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

In the morning, David wakes early. The view from Marita's window is unfamiliar. He goes to his writing room and begins to write the first African story again. He discovers as he writes that he knows more about his father this time around, and he can put it in the story.

Chapter 30 Analysis

In the final denouement, David is able to recreate the African stories by beginning with the first one. Because he has written the subsequent stories, he brings a deeper understanding of his father to the task. The words flow effortlessly in this short chapter, and it is apparent that David will be able to recreate all the stories, perhaps better than ever, in his new life with Marita.

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