The Children of Men - Book Two, Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Book Two, Chapter 30 Summary

Theo needs to get a new car, because the Omega burnt their old car. He walks an hour to a village. He can see an elderly couple watching television through the window of a house. He knocks on the door and pulls the gun on them.

Once inside he tells them he needs food, water, and a car. The woman is petrified and shaking. He then makes them tear up their bed sheets so that he can bind them. Once bound, he asks if there is anything they need. The woman requests water. He helps her drink some. Then he has to release first the woman and then the man so they can go to the bathroom. He checks with them that someone will come looking for them. They have a housekeeper come each morning. He takes what he...

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