A Mother's Reckoning - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Sue Klebold
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Chapter nine opens with an exploration of the immense grief Sue experienced after the shootings. She reflected on this and writes, “For me, the incomprehensibility of the way Dylan died magnified these feelings of instability at the foundation of my identity by throwing everything I believed to be true about the life I’d lived, about my family, and about myself into question” (108). Eventually Sue realized that in order to heal she had to let everything else go and allow herself to grieve fully for Dylan and his victims.

Due to Columbine the Klebold’s financial situation was greatly impacted by the enormous legal bills. All in all there were 36 lawsuits filed against the family. A month after the tragedy, Sue’s old colleague, Susie, insisted that Sue return to work. Sue eased herself back into her job, starting with only one small project...

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