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The Time Traveler's Wife - Book 1, Chapter 13, (Turning Point) Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Chapter 13, (Turning Point) Summary

Friday, October 22, 1993 Henry = 30

Henry and Clare are in South Haven preparing for the wedding. The family fusses over Clare and Henry dawdles alone through town, stopping to get his hair cut.

Book 1, Chapter 13, (Turning Point) Analysis

Henry feels lost without Clare and wanders aimlessly. He is left to his own devices because even though his family loves him they are not closely bonded. Clare's family has their differences but they seem to look past these and accept each other for who they are. Therefore feeling the need to show Clare how much they care about her on such a monumental occasion. When Henry has his hair cut, it is as though he knows it is time to let go of the past and move on to the future and new beginnings.

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