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The Sacred Journey; a Memoir of Early Days Chapter Summary & Analysis - Once Below A Time, Section 3, pp. 29-36 Summary

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Once Below A Time, Section 3, pp. 29-36 Summary and Analysis

Frederick remembers the early signs that his safe, timeless world of childhood is cracking, and will not always be such a haven. His first sign is when he realizes that the people he loves have two sides to them. There is the side that they show to him, an expression of their love for him, but there is also another, more selfish side, which is still capable of seriously hurting the people that they love. Freddy's father sometimes laughs in a terrifying way, as though something is broken in him. At times when adults deceive him, or when his father's drinking frightens him, Freddy feels that maybe the world is not put together quite perfectly. This is especially jarring to him, since he has no permanent home, but rather feels as though he...

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