Before I Burn - Part 7: Sections I through III and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Gaute Heivoll
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Part 7: Sections I through III and Epilogue

Section I

It was as though there were three of him -- Dag, the lad, and then the “I.” The lad lit the fires and Dag put them out. The “I” emerged in letters that Dag wrote to all the victims. What he said has been lost in time since most of the letters were quickly put in the trash bin after they were scanned over. It was as if they might be infected and no one wanted them in their houses. Apparently, many of the letters were incoherent. As the weeks passed, the number of letters began to dwindle until finally they stopped completely. The boy who was in the accident woke from his coma. He survived, but he suffered permanent brain damage. By the fall, rebuilding and reconstruction had...

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