H is for Hawk - Chapters 23-24 Summary & Analysis

Helen Macdonald
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Chapter 23

The chapter begins with Helen traveling to the memorial to give her speech. She’s very nervous, but manages to push through and start telling a story about her father. During the speech, she thinks back to the night she wrote it. She was feeling concussed and almost called her father to ask him details. The story was about her father at a young age, sitting outside an airfield taking pictures of the planes and recording their registration numbers. He saw a new type of plane and managed to get a picture of it, but he was caught by the military. They destroyed his photos and let him go, but he was able to use a pencil to retrace the registration number of the plane in his notebook.

After the service, many people come up to Helen with stories about how great...

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