Saville - Part 5, Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5, Chapter 28 Summary

Colin starts to teach poetry to the children at school and they respond well to it. They seem eager and anxious to answer Colin's questions and even have fun in class. Colin decides to use music as an inspiration for the children but is stopped by the headmaster. The fact that the headmaster enters Colin's class and chastises him in front of the students infuriates Colin. The headmaster's directive to turn off the music spurs Colin to turn the volume up even louder.

Colin's life changes again when he is dismissed from the school for failure to obey a direct order to turn off the music in class. To his credit, Colin stands firm in his resolve to teach more than the rudimentary lessons and the headmaster, who silently agrees with him, has no choice but to fire him.

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