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The Time Traveler's Wife - Book 2, Chapter 24, (The Episode of Monroe Street Parking Garage) Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 24, (The Episode of Monroe Street Parking Garage) Summary

Monday, January 7, 2006 Henry = 43

Henry wakes in Grant Park, naked, in below freezing conditions, at night. His feet are white, stiff and have no feeling. Crawling to a pay phone he calls his house and cries for help before disappearing.

Book 2, Chapter 24, (The Episode of Monroe Street Parking Garage) Analysis

This chapter portrays Henry's vulnerabilities. Being unable to foresee or direct himself in time is ultimately going to lead to injury. Throughout the story, he has been able to find clothing and protection from the elements, one way or another. On this occasion he is at the mercy of Mother Nature.

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