The Rings of Saturn - Chapter VII Summary & Analysis

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Chapter VII Summary

Walking through the heaths and dunes of Dunwich, the author travels to Middleton to meet there some old friends of his Michael and Anna Hamburger. Walking away from the coast, the author gets lost in a series of dunes and paths that seem to roam endlessly but lead nowhere. This maze strikes the author as almost spiritual, as, more and more scared he finally managed to evince his escape and stumble into the town of Middleton. In Middleton his appearance is met with shock or amusement by the normal shop workers and checkout girls until he reaches his friends house, one Michael Hamburger.

It becomes apparent that the author and Michael have been friends for a long time. They both share similar academic passions and a fascination for history, their own past, the landscape, and dreams. Going into his house, the...

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