Human Croquet - XIV. Future: Streets of Trees Summary & Analysis

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XIV. Future: Streets of Trees Summary

From a point far in the future from 1960, past the turn of the century, Isobel tells what happened to the remaining principle characters of the story.

Audrey became one of the first women ordained into the Church of England. She administered a parish in Liverpool, married, and had three children. Despite her childhood, Audrey developed a view of the universe that was incredibly positive.

While six months pregnant, Carmen died with her husband in an auto accident in 1962.

Eunice became a geologist and worked for oil companies before being elected to Parliament. She died of lung cancer at age fifty-two. Isobel attended the funeral and discovered that she missed Eunice.

Hilary became a lawyer. She had a couple of marriages and three children. Eventually, Hilary and Isobel became close friends.

Charles went to America and...

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