The Children of Men - Book One, Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Book One, Chapter 18 Summary

Theo becomes concerned as he recounts the State Security Police visit in his diary. He believes he did not take it seriously enough. He imagines he might be under threat and that the State Security Police might already have the Five Fishes. The Chief Inspector could have been testing him. If the Five Fishes have not already been caught, Theo imagines he should warn them. However, he does not know how to get a message to them. He has no address, no telephone number, not even their full names. He has no choice but to wait and see what happens.

Book One, Chapter 18 Analysis

In this chapter it is clear that Theo's involvement with the Five Fishes has become dangerous and he can no longer view them as a ragtag group of dissidents.

The fear is upon Theo. He...

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