Cat's Eye - Chapters 67-70 Summary & Analysis

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On the day of the retrospective, Elaine thinks she should go to the gallery to be sure everything is in order. Instead, she is drawn to the cemetery. Some of the houses have carved pumpkins for Halloween, and she reflects on how the holiday is more dangerous now. She feels that the people in Mexico have a more appropriate celebration for All Souls’ Eve, and that they have a better way of treating their dead.

It has been five years since Stephen was killed by terrorists during a hijacking. Elaine has some of the facts of his death from witnesses, but she fills in some of the gaps by imagining what Stephen would think and do, and how he would feel. When the hijackers single out Stephen from the other passengers and require him to go to the front of the plane, he is completely cooperative, even...

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