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The Waves Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 6 Summary

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Section 6 Summary

The sun is starting to fall, a breeze is blowing and the weather is getting colder. The birds have stopped singing, but again the waves are the most distinct part of the description as they crash against the rocks and flow into the caves.

The section begins with a monologue from Louis. He is enjoying working in his office and signing papers. As he enjoyed the tradition of private school, Louis loves the English traditions of business. He further shows his contentment while reading poetry in a café among the lowly clerks from his workplace. By the end of the monologue, Louis mentions he is having an affair with Rhoda.

Susan's also appears content in her monologue. She talks of following in her dead mother's footsteps as a housewife in the house she has inherited. Susan now has a baby. Unlike Louis, she does not mention the...

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