The Children Act - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 2, Fiona went to work the day after her argument with her husband. As she walked to work in the rain she reflected on the reason that she and Jack had not had children: she had been so dedicated to her career which had kept her so busy that she didn’t feel like she had time for children. Later, once she was older, she had started to regret not having any children and had investigated the possibility of adopting or having a surrogate but she didn’t follow through on these plans because she was, once again, too busy with work.

Fiona thought that if she had had children they would have been helpful during her current argument with Jack and would have comforted her and talked sense into him.

When Fiona arrived at work her clerk Nigel informed her that a...

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