The Children of Men - Book Two, Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Book Two, Chapter 28 Summary

Rolf is already up when Theo gets up in the morning. He tells them it is not a large forest. They will have to find a car and leave as soon as it is dark. He also tells them there is a ditch where Luke can be buried. Rolf does not help to move the body. Miriam and Theo carry it through the copse. Theo performs a small service, reciting a psalm and committal from Luke's prayer book.

Everyone except for Rolf eats berries. Theo wonders whether Rolf had already eaten when he was up earlier this morning. Rolf says he is going to get some more rest before they have to leave.

Book Two, Chapter 28 Analysis

Rolf is beginning to distance himself from the Five Fishes. He is up before them. He barely takes part in Luke's funeral...

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