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

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Armistice

November 11 1918

In this version of the time and date, Bridget isn't able to go to the Victory celebration in London because she's sprained her ankle. She says that the unseen hands of a 'ghost child' pushed her up the step as she was going into the kitchen and she went down. Sylvie instantly suspects not a ghost child, but a very real child: Ursula. Mrs. Glover tells Bridget that this injury puts an end to her 'high jinks' in London, but Bridget is stubborn and refuses to cancel. She goes, becomes infected, and things turn out as they did several times before. Death follows.

Snow

February 11 1910

It is the same day as Ursula’s birth, this chapter moving backward in time. It is five o’clock in the morning. Sylvie hears the newborn, Ursula, mewing in the cradle and goes to...

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