The Children of Men - Book One, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Book One, Chapter 13 Summary

Theo is about to get into the car after the meeting with Xan and the Council when Xan appears at his side. He wants to walk through the park. He tells Theo that there is a limit to how much protection he can offer him and the people he is mixing with.

Theo asks Xan why he does the job of Warden of England. Xan says he originally liked the power, and then when that wore off he just felt he was the best for the job. The only other person suitable would be Carl, who is dying. He also knows that were he to give up power he would be bored with life.

Xan tries to find out who Theo has been consorting with, who it is that has sent him to the Council. Theo lies and says...

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