The Children's Crusade - Chapter 3: Robert Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 3, Robert is now an adult who is a medical doctor. He tells the reader how he has suddenly been struck with a lack of care for his patients. He is pulled out of his slump when James suddenly reappears in his life. At this point in Robert’s story, which is being told in the present tense, switches to the past tense to describe things James has already done during this visit with his family. It was during a brunch attended by all four siblings and their families that James had pointed out Robert’s misery and accused them all of being corrupt and dishonest. The comment caused Robert to think about the way he had always measured his decisions in life based on whether or not his father would have approved. Recently, he had caught himself making mistakes. He had...

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