The Children of Men - Book One, Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Book One, Chapter 15 Summary

Two weeks after saying goodbye to Julian, Theo finds a notice in his mail. It is from a group called the Five Fishes, who are urging the people of Britain to demand of the Warden of England a general election, full civil rights for Sojourners, and an end to the Quietus, the Isle of Man, and semen testing and the examination of women.

He feels the demands would not worry Xan too much, although he does think that if the SSP wants to track down the group they could do it very easily. He wonders whether he would have had the opportunity to influence any of the changes when he worked for Xan, but concludes he had in reality been powerless.

He feels their struggle is pointless and without posterity. He is angered that they place their beliefs upon...

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