The White Mountains - Chapter 2 My Name Is Ozymandias Summary & Analysis

John Christopher and Samuel Youd
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Chapter 2 My Name Is Ozymandias Summary

Without Jack's friendship, Will finds himself lonely and despondent. Will continues to fight with Henry and finally beats him. Henry then leaves Will alone. Will spends time alone in the den, thinking about Capping and the Black Ages. Will also finds Jack's marked personality shift very disturbing and begins to dread his own Capping in just one year's time. While he considers his future, Will begins to understand Jack's somewhat jesting hope to become a vagrant after Capping. Will begins to pay more attention to the vagrants in Wherton and notes that they usually stay in town for only a few days or weeks before wandering away.

One day, Will talks to a vagrant who is wandering into the town. Will and the vagrant talk about Jack previous to Capping and Will's pending Capping. The...

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