The Great Divorce - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

After the ghost in the bowler hat is gone, the narrator turns his attention to the Water Giant, the voice in the waterfall that spoke as the man tried to carry the apple away. The narrator cannot bear the presence of the Water Giant, but at the same time, the Water Giant seems to not pay any attention to the narrator. The narrator is getting tired from walking upstream; he wishes he were solid so he could take a dip in the river.

A tall ghost approaches the narrator and asks if he's thinking of turning back. The narrator says he doesn't know and asks the ghost if he is going back. The tall ghost says he is turning back because he's seen all there is to see and it's all propaganda because you can't eat the fruit or drink the water or...

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