Grace (Lynch) - Chapter 7: Light Summary & Analysis

Lynch, Paul
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Grace hears an "angel's voice" that reminds her of Sarah, and she thinks, "So this is dead" (303). She is in a daze, and unsure whether she is dead or alive as she is fed and cared for by a woman who reminds her both of an angel, and her mother. The women who are caring for her wear black dresses, and call her "daughter" (303). When Grace tries to speak to the women, she realizes that she cannot, and that she will never speak again. The women tell Grace that she is a miracle, and that "Father" brought her "back from the dead" (304). Grace lays in bed recovering for weeks, but is haunted by guilt for the things that have happened, and for the fact that she is alive while so many others are not. She has nightmares that make her scream in her...

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