Winter of the World: Book Two of the Century Trilogy - Chapters 11 - 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11 - 20 Summary

In Chapter 11, Woody and Joanne go to Hawaii on vacation to visit Chuck. Woody and Joanna are now engaged. They talk about the war that seems to be looming with Japan, and they talk about the difficulties that will come with marriage,because they both have such serious jobs that require travel. Woody's parents also make the trip. Chuck is worried his parents will find out that he is secretly gay. Senator Dewar is given a tour of the intelligence stations, where Japanese messages are decoded. The Dewar family goes out for dinner on the night of December 6. They have Chinese food. Some of them like it, some of the, like Gus, do not like it. Chuck's secret boyfriend, Eddie, also attends dinner. They all go to Pearl Harbor the following morning, just as the Japanese attack. Woody begins photographing everything...

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