The Sea, the Sea - History 4, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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History 4, Part 2 Summary

The next morning, Charles discovers that Titus and Gilbert are getting along in a way he finds uncomfortable, and sends Gilbert to keep an eye out for Fitch and alert him when he's coming. He also discovers that Hartley is almost catatonic with fear and tension, seeing her actual physical age for the first time and becoming alarmed when she refuses breakfast, repeating over and over that she wants to go home. He decides that leaving her alone is the best option, and goes out to keep an eye on Titus, who has been swimming nude in the sea. Charles waits impatiently for him, and then when he comes out and is drying and clothing himself, says again that he wants Titus to consider himself his son. Titus is at first resentful at the way he believes Charles has used him...

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