Time and Again - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Si describes his 1982 routine, including references to mistakes made in details like the way fresh, delivered food is wrapped. From the description of the mistake it becomes possible to understand that he hasn't actually slipped back into time, which was the sense generated at the beginning of the chapter, but is in fact being trained in the Dakota in the same way as the man in the small town (Chapter 3) was being trained. His routine is interrupted at one point by a visit from Ruben and a young woman named May. Both are dressed in period costume. They invite him to go skating with them, but Si refuses. Later in their visit, May plays the organ in the living room, with all three behaving in the way that individuals in 1882 would. After they leave, Si recounts incidents in the next few days by...

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