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The Time Traveler's Wife - Book 2, Chapter 3, (A Very Small Shoe) Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 3, (A Very Small Shoe) Summary

Spring 1996 Henry = 32: Clare = 24

Clare begins to dream of babies, she longs for a child that will bond her closer to Henry and will be there when he is not. Henry wants to give Clare a child but is scared of the ramifications of his condition and whether or not it will affect his offspring.

Book 2, Chapter 3, (A Very Small Shoe) Analysis

The need and desire for Henry and Clare to share the gift of life and union of marriage outweighs their fear of Henry's genetic disorder. Both realize that because of Henry's condition they may not find being able to conceive and have a child as simply as other people. Henry is more concerned with the physical and emotional effects it will have on Clare.

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