The Deep End of the Ocean - Chapters 30 and 31 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 30 and 31 Summary

Chapter 30

Beth realizes that she is now well paid because her name is famous. Her photos of children walking away are ones she has always done, and do not hold the poignancy that the magazine editors think. She considers again the fortune involved in submitting an actual photo of Ben, but again rejects the idea. She calls Nick and asks him to meet her for lunch. They discuss her refusal to accept big money from the media. She tells him about Sam eroding with grief, his grades falling, his sports suffering, missing George. Like Pat, Nick thinks Sam will adjust. They drive out to a field and kiss; Beth questions Nick's other extramarital exploits, and he admits to being bored in his marriage. He is vain. Beth, again, realizes she loves Pat. She goes home and they make love. Beth falls...

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