The Sheep Look Up - July Summary & Analysis

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July Summary

The eighth chapter is entitled "July." Jacob Bamberley's wife, Maud, becomes increasingly upset after the incident at the Bamberley hydroponic plant. She retreats to her bedroom and refuses to speak to Jacob, disrupting his beloved domestic routine. After a time, she reappears, coming to the large dinner table at meal time and taking her regular place at the end of the table. When it comes time to say grace, Jacob begins as usual, but Maud interrupts him, saying that he has blood on his hands and should not be saying grace. Bamberley leaves the table in an outrage and goes upstairs to his private study. He is hungry, but too proud to return to the table. Instead, he finds some candy that he had taken from one of his sons earlier in the day because his son is not allowed to have it...

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