The Prince of Tides - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Waiting for Bernard Lowenstein in Central Park, Tom observes the animals in their cages at the zoo. They are not the animals Tom feels should be there - unicorns and dragons. Instead, he sees fallow deer and bored ocelots looking out of place in the city environment.

Bernard Lowenstein appears, looking resentful and angry. He shows Tom a certain amount of contempt and does not respond favorably to Tom's good-will overtures. Tom turns the tables on him, telling him flat out that he does not like him nor is he willing to coach him. He walks away, but Bernard calls him back. The two make a tenuous truce. Tom never lets up on Bernard, however, making him show respect and seriousness about wanting to learn football. Tom guesses correctly that Bernard is unpopular and lonely at Phillips Exeter, where he attends school.

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