Saville - Study Guide Part 4, Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Harry Saville finally gets his wish. With Mr. Reagan's help, he finally lands a job in the local coal mine. This means that he no longer has to ride his bike six miles each way to his job. Unfortunately, it is not all it's cracked up to be, as Mr. Reagan had tried to warn him in the past. In fact, this new job has worn Harry down much further and much faster than his old job ever would have. He is a supervisor, is not well-liked and is making less money.

The Savilles residence also suffers greatly. Furniture is tattered, things are broken and not replaced and everything seems a bit more sooty than it did before. Mr. Gannon, a teacher from King Edward's, visits the family to discuss Colin's future and the college he'll attend.

Although Mr. Gannon is put off by Colin's...

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