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Waterland - Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 27 Summary

"And Artificial History"

This narrative continues from where the eel was deposited into Mary's underwear by Freddie Parr on the riverbank. Tom Crick tells of how he saw a "look" pass between Mary Metcalfe and his brother Dick, a hint at the relationship that would be at the root of Freddie Parr's death. Crick goes on the reference a recurring theme, that history is circular.

Chapter 27 Analysis

This short chapter underscores the Crick view point that with his history, it is possible, even desirable to move back and forth between past and present.

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