Tono-Bungay narrates the narrative of George Ponderevo and how his childhood was developed at the Bladesover House and in other topographic points that he went to after his experience at the said house. Chapter 1 showed his relationship with his female parent and gave the readers a glance of his personality and what the idea of England and London. He besides related how his female parent went through her occupation and how she brought up the storyteller as he was turning up. Chapter 2 so showed the narrator’s experience at the Bladesover House. peculiarly his cousin Nicodemus. George Ponderevo gave a review of faith by picturing his cousin Nicodemus and his married woman as a superstitious batch and how Nicodemus lost his spinal column and how he could non stand up to his married woman.
After George’s experience at Bladesover House. his female parent brought him to Wimblehurst where he became an learner to his uncle. During this clip. his worldview developed by his stay at Bladesover House was being changed thanks to his uncle. In the terminal. nevertheless. George became defeated with his uncle. He saw his uncle as person with large promises but with no capableness in carry throughing them.
The escapades of George continued as he became a pupil in London. He besides witnessed the rise of Tono-Bungay and its money devising schemes. As he went through school. he besides learns about societal norms and the troubles of associating with the nobility. The storyteller presents a unfavorable judgment of the societal norms and the life styles of the people in London. Yet. as he goes through his instruction. he besides realizes how out of topographic point he was and he thought of ways to better his batch even with the perennial calls of people that he failed.
Well. H. G.Tono Bungay.New York: Kessinger Publishing. 2003.