The Illustrated Man - The Fox and the Forest Summary & Analysis

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The Fox and the Forest Summary

In 1938 Mexico, William Travis assures his wife Susan that their vacation will last forever. Susan is alarmed when she spots a man, thinking that he's one of the Searchers. Their real names are Ann and Roger Kristen, born in 2155 A.D. in a world absorbed in war. They saw a chance for escape by taking a time travel vacation, and ran off to Mexico.

The man comes up to them and calls William by his real name, but Williams denies it's him. As William and his wife leave, the man, Simms, says to him: 2155 A.D.

Simms is the Chief of the Searchers. William and Susan know Simms must have them alone in order to bring them back, so they plan to hide in groups. The next day, they meet Joe Melton, the director of a film company in...

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