Time and Again - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

This chapter begins with Si having already arrived in the past and having made a plan of action. On his way to make that plan a reality, he's surprised to see the area behind the Dakota and the area where the museum is in the present filled with farmland. The text includes two sketches Si says he made.

Later Si arrives at 19 Gramercy Park, the address given by the man who mailed the letter to the cab driver (Chapter 10). Si says in narration the house looks much the same in both the past and the present. A sign in a window reveals that the house is a boarding house, a fact that fits into Si's plan - he asks the young woman who opens the door to him whether there is room for him, and she says there is. As she shows him...

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