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Saville Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 7 Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 7 Summary

Ellen decides that it's time for Colin to attend Sunday school. He is sent with Ian Bletchley, a boy who lives next door. Ian's father is one of the only men in the neighborhood who doesn't work at the colliery. Employed at the local truck depot, Mr. Bletchley supervises trucks coming in and out of the village.

Colin comes to understand that Ian Bletchley is a complaining sort of child and one who frequently gets his way. On his first day of Sunday school, Colin watches how Ian assists the teacher, Mr. Morrison. It was clearly a matter of pride for Ian to hold Mr. Morrison's bible or give him other resource materials when he needs them. After Sunday school, Ian walks with Mr. Morrison and ignores Colin.

During this time, Harry comes up with some ideas for aeronautical inventions. After he has finished his...

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