The Sea, the Sea - History 6 Summary & Analysis

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History 6 Summary

Charles writes that in the days after Titus' death, everyone in the house (Charles, James, Peregrine, Lizzie and Gilbert) is in a kind of daze. Gilbert goes back to London to act in a television play, Lizzie takes over the cooking, Peregrine drinks heavily, James spends much time looking out at the sea, and Charles continues to brood on the Hartley/Fitch situation, coming to the obsessive conclusion that Fitch killed Titus. Another seaside conversation with James brings out Charles' long simmering resentment and hostility towards him as James tells him again to leave Hartley alone, insists that Fitch did not try to kill him, and says he sees plans for revenge in Charles' eyes. Charles calls what he sees "sea serpents," and persists in his belief that Fitch tried to kill him. Finally James takes him into the house, where Peregrine confesses...

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