The Keepers of Truth - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

Michael Collins (Irish author)
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Chapter 15 Summary

Bill wakes up the next afternoon, hung over from his drinking binge the night before, and a bit embarrassed at the scene he created at the college. He sits on his porch and thinks about his father. He remembers how his father drove him to his swim practices early in the mornings, barely saying a word on the way. He remembers his father's drinking binges and how he would call him in college at night and just ramble on about his life as he would drink. Bill would lay in his bunk bed and listen to him, feeling closer to him than ever.

Bill remembers how his father talked about the truth of the world, how most men find the truth but go on as if nothing has changed. Bill's father was not one of those men; he took all things to heart and had a hard...

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