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Regeneration - Part 4, Chapter 19-20 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapter 19-20 Summary

In chapter nineteen, Prior sneaks into Sarah's room, and they are together for the first time in a completely private, intimate place. Owen and Sassoon meet in the Conservative Club on what Owen calls their last evening. Sassoon has a book from another author, and he reads the dedication to Owen. The dedication is written to Sassoon. It reads:

"Siegfried, thy fathers warr'd

With many a kestrel, mimicking the dove." (page 217)

Sassoon explains to Owen that his "fathers" were Jews and that he got his name from his mother's love of Wagner.

In chapter twenty, Rivers is making his last rounds at Craiglockhart. He has seen the new CO in and is now leaving for his new job in London. Willard has regained his ability to walk, and of course attributes it to some miraculous feat of medicine by Rivers, when it was...

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