Dandelion Wine
Ray Bradbury
Contributed by Loretta Ingwersen
Chapter 21
Summary

Douglas asks Tom to always stick around, even when they become real old, like forty or forty-five. Tom assures Douglas he can count on him, but Douglas is more concerned about the way God runs the world. Tom concedes that God at least tries.

Analysis

This interlude emphasizes the bond of brothers and provides an interesting religious subtext in its child-like questioning of God.

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