The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Trisha recalls very little of her journey that day, and by nightfall that Tuesday, the boundary between reality and make-believe has all but disappeared. The four days which followed Trisha's decision to turn north passed by in a haze. By Saturday night, she has spent a full week in the woods, and no longer realizes that her traveling companions, Tom Gordon and Pepsi Robichaud, are but figments of her imagination. But sometime on Saturday, Pepsi and Tom walk behind a clump of trees and disappear. When Trisha goes to look for them, she finally recalls that they were hallucinations, not real people at all, and the return of this knowledge causes her to sit down and cry. As she cries, she thinks back over the last few days, fragmented in her memory, and recalls having several hallucinations of helicopters and rotting deer which appeared and disappeared even...

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