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Waterland Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 20 Summary

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Chapter 20 Summary

"The Explanation of Explanation "

Crick is now back in his present day History classroom, with the rebellious modernist Price standing before him after class to explain his disruptive conduct. Their talk eventually leads to Price delivering a challenge to Crick, demanding to know why everything Crick says in class about History must demand an explanation. Crick response is to let Price vent his frustration, and by the end of the conversation it is clear that they understand one another better than ever.

Chapter 20 Analysis

Price the antagonist is in the process of making a metamorphosis into Price the Crick ally, an appreciation, not repudiation, of History

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