Martyn Pig - Part 5, Sunday Summary & Analysis

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Part 5, Sunday Summary

Martyn wakes up to the sound of church bells, describing in his narration how the church from which they're rung is actually empty and derelict. He describes having left his window open all night, having enjoyed the cold air while he slept, and looking out to see a new, clean, white carpet of snow all over the town - snow he knows will be shoveled away and dirtied soon enough. He goes downstairs, makes himself a large, leisurely breakfast, and then goes into the living room. He senses there is something different about it, and looks around at the furniture, the walls and the floors. He remembers the sound his father's head made when it cracked on the fireplace surround, and realizes that what's different about the room, and the whole house, is that it's really empty - that Dad is...

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