Timequake - Chapters 21-25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21-25 Summary

In Chapter 21, the author reflects on his humanism. He does not want to convert anyone to humanism and recognizes the importance of religion for most people. He regrets that one of his friends from World War II had lost his faith during the war, not so much the tragedy of this but because he likes this person very much and hated to see the loss. Humanism, observes the author, is for the comfortable middle class. Religion is for those who must struggle with life. In Chapter 22, the author accounts for what Monica and Zoltan Pepper were doing when the timequake struck. Monica was worked on the Academy budget, and Zoltan was ringing the doorbell at the Academy. Right after the timequake ended, a runaway fire truck kills Zoltan because the driver had no idea that once free will kicked in again...

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