A Spark of Light - Epilogue: Six p.m. Summary & Analysis

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Wren feels her father wrap his arm around her. He tells her to go so he can finish. She walks toward the tent. Hugh tells George to “think of [his] daughter” (379). When George responds that Hugh does not understand, Hugh asks him to help him understand. Wren watches George pull the trigger.

Wren’s father had told her a story about being her hero when she was a newborn and a nurse had been unsuccessful in doing a heel stick, making Wren cry. Hugh had taken her away from the nurse. Wren knows that sometimes heroes are not perfect. She knows they even have to kill sometimes to save other people. Wren wonders if the gunman would have shot her, but she will never know because her father had shot him first. Wren had come to the Center because she did...

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