The Son - Chapters 24 – 29 Summary & Analysis

Philipp Meyer
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In Chapter Twenty-four, Peter notes the way the land is being ruined by the people. The green grass and trees he remembers from his childhood are gone. The president has declared war on Germany. Both of Peter’s sons want to go and join the fighting. Peter believes it is an ominous sign that the Lewis gun arrives on the same day that he sees his sons off to war, but that doesn’t stop him from trying out the gun with his father. He kills wild pigs nearly 400 yards away. The Colonel’s horse runs off and Peter’s is bug-eyed because of the noise of the gun. The next day, Peter’s wife comes to him asking for honest conversation. She reminds him he promised her a place in the city when the boys left. He argues he is worried about his...

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