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Waterland - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

"Aux Armes"

The tension between Price and Crick is extended to the class as a whole in this one page chapter. Crick again uses the French Revolution as his subject, one of action and drama, to parallel the telling of his own history, with its own similar excitements.

Chapter 21 Analysis

This short chapter is used to lead back to the history of Ernest Atkinson, picking up the story where it was left off in "About my Grandfather."

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