A Mother's Reckoning - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Sue Klebold
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Sues innate need to help acted as the driving force throughout her life. However, in the wake of Columbine, Sue did not know how to help anyone after the extreme cruelty committed by her son. Even after making a public statement, Sue felt compelled to handwrite letters of apology to each of the families. Through this gesture, Sue hoped to share the depth of her sorrow and bring about a small act of kindness to counteract Dylan’s cruel actions. At the end of the day she hoped that she would at least be able to express that even though she had loved him, Sue was not her son.Sue struggled over a month to complete the letters. Tom had been against the idea and thought that it may come across as accepting personal responsibility. Sue felt differently and believed that this was a...

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