The Children of Men - Book Two, Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Book Two, Chapter 33 Summary

Theo is enjoying the company of Julian and her miracle son, but Julian is worried about Miriam. She says she has been gone for too long and wants Theo to search for her.

When Theo reaches the hut, he enters cautiously to find Miriam has been garroted. He fixes her grotesque body into a peaceful state. He believes Xan has come out himself to finish them off and claim the child as his own. He rushes back to Julian. They hope they will be able to face the end together and not be separated.

He finds Julian safe, but soon enough they hear Xan outside. Theo goes outside to face him. He learns that Rolf and Gascoigne have both been killed. Xan says that Julian will be looked after. He will probably marry her. He imagines her son may...

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