All Our Names - Section 2 Helen/Isaac Part 10 Summary & Analysis

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Helen and Isaac finally make it out of Laurel. Isaac takes one last look as Helen drives away. Helen tries not to cry as she drives. The pair stop at a restaurant along the way, but they are met with cold stares by the people as they eat. Helen does not try to make any sort of public displays of attention so they do not draw any further looks. After a considerable time of driving, they finally reach Chicago. Isaac grows more excited as he sees the size of the city, but Helen becomes more depressed as she thinks about her plans.

In "Isaac", the narrator returns to Joseph's village, but instead of finding parties from the success of the liberation of other villages, the narrator sees many injured rebels and a truck full of dead ones. Two rebels stop him...

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