The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher - Terminus – The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher: August 6th, 1983 Summary & Analysis

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Terminus – On January 9, the narrator sees his dead father on a train bound for Waterloo. The narrator decides to search for his father at Waterloo. The narrator searches all over Waterloo Station for his father, but he never finds him. The man then heads on to keep a meeting. He knows that, eventually, he will find a terminus of his own. The narrator warns the reader to plan well if looking for anyone at Waterloo Station.

The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher: August 6th, 1983 – On April 25th, 1982, at No. 10 Downing Street, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher announces the recapture of South Georgia in the Falkland Islands. In Windsor, near Holy Trinity Church, there is a hospital where Margaret Thatcher had eye surgery three days before her assassination. The narrator’s house has a view of the back entrance...

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