Saville - Part 1, Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 4 Summary

Not long after returning from the summer holiday at the beach, Colin returns home from school to find his father digging in the backyard. It wasn't just any hole; it was a bomb shelter. He dug it deep and dug it wide and, each morning as he returns from work, he brings more supplies strapped to his bicycle to frame out and protect this shelter.

He creosotes the timbers in order to keep the shelter watertight and constructs four bunk beds so that his family would have some place to rest. After he finished constructing the bomb shelter, Harry escorts his entire family down to show them what he had done for their safety. The shelter couldn't be seen from the air because he had dug it deep enough so that the roof was parallel with the lawn. He'd even replaced the side that he'd...

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