Time's Arrow - Chapter 4: You Do What You Do Best, Not What's Best To Do Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4: You Do What You Do Best, Not What's Best To Do Summary

In 1948, John Young sailed for Europe. He was off to war. The ship was crowded, but everyone seemed to be happy to be on the way to fight. John was happy too. He was 31 years old, and had a decent tan. He also worked out a lot. John had met with Reverend Kreditor in anticipation of the voyage. He stood often at the stern of the ship, watching the ocean churn in the direction they were headed. The narrator was still feeling traumatized by the hospital experience. He remembered it all. He didn't get to escape like John.

They docked in Lisbon and their name changed again, to Hamilton de Souza. They had a good life almost immediately upon arriving, living...

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