A Mother's Reckoning - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Sue Klebold
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Chapter six begins with an excerpt from Sue Klebold’s journal from April 1999. It reads, “The terror and total disbelief are overwhelming. The sorrow of losing my son, the shame of what he has done, the fear of the world’s hatred. There is no respite from the agony” (57). Writing had always acted as an outlet for Sue, and in the days after Columbine, she turned to her journal as a way to cope. Initially Sue used her journals to recall positive memories of her son and wrote only out of love. She was not yet at the point where she could wrap her mind around the mystery of her son’s actions, but journaling allowed her to begin the grieving process.

After Columbine, Dylan was immediately type casted as a monster, and the world judged the Klebold family for failing to realize how...

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