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Waterland - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

"Who Says"

Tom Crick and Price remain at the Duke's Head pub - Price returns to his more argumentative position about the future. Price asks Crick whether he would have children today, if her could - the question strikes a chord with Crick.

Chapter 32 Analysis

This short chapter leads into the next chapter ("Too Big"), by establishing that Crick truly wished to have a child of his own but never did; ironically, his continued references to the history class as children refers not simply to their status in the class room, but his self perception as a father figure to them.

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