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How does McEwan tell the story in Chapter 12?


Joe's sense of failure in science has not left him. In order to try and escape from this, he drives
into Oxford to see John Logan's widow, Jean. In a flashback he recounts his conversation with
Clarissa at breakfast regarding…

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paranoia is seeping through from his situation with Jed into his relationship with Clarissa. This is
clear to the reader, as his reflective thoughts increase in pace due to the heightened state of
mind he is in due to adrenaline flowing through his body. The thoughts of Clarissa being secretly…


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