Timequake - Chapters 51-55 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 51-55 Summary

In Chapter 51, Trout puts on a spare guard's uniform. He and Prince go to the former Museum of the American Indian, where they tell all the homeless men Kilgore's Creed that, "You were sick, but now you're well again, and there's work to do." The homeless men become motivated to help people who are suffering after the end of the timequake. The author reveals that Kilgore's Creed is later recited in schools after the Pledge of Allegiance. In Chapter 52, the author promotes family values, but not the usual meaning of nuclear family of parents and children. He means an extended family, a closely knit conglomeration of parents, grandparents, children, uncles, aunts and cousins. He also mentions that Trout had acquired a bazooka, which he used to blow up unoccupied cars that had their alarms going off. In Chapter 53, Trout has converted...

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