Saville - Part 4, Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapter 19 Summary

As time moves on, World War II ends and children of the row house neighborhood continue to grow up. The day the war ends, the neighbors have a party on their adjoining back lawns with food, games and fellowship. This kind of reverie hasn't occurred for many years in this neighborhood. Even Colin's father, a man who has grown more solemn as the years have passed, enjoys the games in the spirit of the day.

Colin excels through the various grade levels at King Edward's Grammar and gets to know a new girl in the neighborhood named Sheila. Sheila comes from a broken home, which was never discussed widely during this time. Sheila is also the first girl with whom Colin has a sexual experience. She's unusual because she is very forward with Colin and very forward about her life and the way she lives...

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