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The Time Traveler's Wife - Book 2, Chapter 28, (Hours, if not Days) Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 28, (Hours, if not Days) Summary

Friday, December 24, 2006 Henry = 43: Clare = 35

Henry watches Clare sleep and realizes he has never seen her sleeping as a child, just as he will never see her as a middle-aged woman sleeping. He watches Clare and Alba in the kitchen as they prepare breakfast, and hopes they will be all right, though he knows deep down inside that Clare will suffer.

Book 2, Chapter 28, (Hours, if not Days) Analysis

A heart-warming chapter depicting the degree of love, care and sharing a dedicated family exchange in everyday situations. It portrays Henry as feeling the resentment of leaving his beloved and missing some of the best days of their lives, not being able to experience the growth, triumphs and monumental achievements both Alba and Clare endure or help them to overcome hurdles.

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