The Waves - Section 4 Summary & Analysis

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Section 4 Summary

The Sun is now at it fullest and we can presume the time is between late morning and midday. The atmosphere around the beach is settled and the birds have stopped singing. The section begins with a Bernard monologue. Bernard has just arrived in Euston station in London and as he walks through the station and into the streets, he states that he is getting married. Strangely Bernard does not appear happy by the prospect and thinks he has lived his youth and lost his edge. Towards the end of the monologue, he states his reason of being in London is to meet the others and have a farewell dinner in honor of Percival moving away to India.

Neville has the next monologue. He has arrived at the restaurant early and he now waits impatiently for Percival to arrive. When Louis walk through the door Neville shows...

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