Time and Again - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

When he returns to the present, Si gives himself a day to get used to being back in thepresent. He then starts to walk towards the agency, but on an impulse takes a detour to 19 Gramercy Park. On the way, he observes vivid differences between the people of the past and the people of the present, differences he sees mostly in their faces and attitudes. When he arrives at 19 Gramercy, he discovers that the building is pretty much the same on the outside, and rushes up the front steps and rings the doorbell. He asks the woman who answers whether she knows anything about Julia Charbonneau, but she doesn't. Si has just enough of a glimpse of the interior of the house to see that the floor is the same as it was in the past, but everything else has changed.

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