Everything, Everything - Resurrected - His Last Letter is Haiku Summary & Analysis

Nicola Yoon
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In “Resurrected” Maddy writes that she does not remember much about her stay in the hospital or the airplane trip home. She does know that she is alive and does not want to be.

In the section “Readmitted” Maddy’s room is transformed to a hospital room while her mother tends to her. She wakes, fully conscious, and realizes nothing hurts. She stops her mother from giving her medicine to make her go back to sleep and gets her mother to confirm that she is going to be okay. Her mother asks Maddy how she could have done this to herself and to her. After seeing the look on her mother’s face, Maddy decides that love is terrible and that she does not want anything to do with it.

In “Released, Part Two” Maddy tries to convince...

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