The Children of Men - Book Two, Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Book Two, Chapter 20 Summary

Theo returns home six months later, on the last day of September. He has been exploring Europe.

He phones Helena to find out whether anything has happened while he has been gone. She tells him nothing has been happening. Then she says there have been a few wharves blown up at Quietus and there are rumors in the media that dissidents are planning to free the convicts on the Isle of Man. She wants him off the phone, because she is expecting a call from the vet, as Mathilda is listless and off her food.

Theo begins to have nightmares again; however, instead of them being about his father they replicate the death of his daughter. Instead of killing Natalie, in his dream he has killed Julian.

Theo walks to St. Margaret's Church in the hope that he might...

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