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Hark - Chapters 31 – 43 Summary & Analysis

Sam Lipsyte
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In Chapter 31, Lisa falls into a coma due to her injury. Fraz, scared and desperate, begins using mental archery chants, hoping that they may in some way help Lisa recover. In Chapter 32, Hark has fled to Pickering and is secretly living with Meg Kenny, the woman who guided him around Pickering in Chapter 2. Hark has another dream about the talking catfish, who monologues about the horrors and follies of humanity. In Chapter 33, the doctor says that the only course of action is to keep Lisa stable and wait for her to hopefully awake from the coma. Fraz, restless and deeply worried, continues to rely on mental archery exercises, including chants and poses. He even convinces Tovah to do some exercises with him in the hope that it may somehow help Lisa. In Chapter 34, Kate helps Fraz film a plea to Hark. In the video...

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