Hector and the Search for Happiness - Chapters 22-24 Summary & Analysis

Francois Lelord
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In Chapter 22 Hector learns that the woman's name is Djamila. She is from a beautiful country that used to be a place where people would have gone on holiday because you could smoke pot amidst "magnificent mountains" (page 106). However, her country had been at war for a long time and now was corrupt and dangerous. Djamila and Hector talked a little bit more, trying for Djamila to have some hope about her condition and to remain calm through the rest of the flight. Hector tells the air hostess that Djamila needs to stretch out, so they bring her to first class where Hector had been sitting. It is here in the comfortable seat that Djamila smiles for the first time. The two continue talking about their travels to the country where there are more psychiatrists than anywhere in the world. Djamila is visiting...

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