Life After Life - Snow, War, Armistice Summary & Analysis

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Snow

Feb 11 1910

This short chapter focuses primarily on Dr. Fellowes and his perspective on life. He sees everything and everyone as only a biological manifestation of parts. As he eating a bite of supper in the kitchen after delivering Sylvie’s baby, he thinks about a suckling pig that he’d pointed out to someone earlier in the day for slaughter. He is shown to be a man without any feeling for the people he treats or the life that is around him. He uses it as he can, which is shown in his imaginings about Bridget as she takes him to his drafty bedroom. As he falls asleep he wonders at the name of the manor, Fox Corner, and finds it appalling since he is, by nature, a huntsman.

War

January 20 1915

Time skips forward again, and this time Ursula has opted...

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