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How does McEwan tell the story in Chapter 14?


Joe continues to narrate and an insight is gained into Clarissa's perspective on Joe's
potential as a parent, Joe's memories of his interaction with adults as a child and
Joe's achievement in relating to Clarissa's eldest godchild. Joe views himself…

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How does McEwan tell the story in Chapter 15?


Joe returns to the scene of the ballooning accident and constructs his own narrative
to explain the behaviour of John Logan's mistress. He follows the steps that John
Logan would have taken to the site of the start of the…


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