In the Unlikely Event - Part IV, Chapter 33 – Thirty-five Years Later, February 10, 1987 Summary & Analysis

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Part IV, Chapter 33 – Leah and Henry are married in June. Mason begins to avoid Polina, wanting no more girlfriends. Jack makes Mason promise to write to him while Jack is away. Steven enlists in the Army after graduating from high school, having decided against college. His father is stunned, but his mother is enraged. For graduation from Daisy, Steve receives a gift of galley proofs from Kurt Vonnegut’s first novel, and an issue of “The New Yorker” with the J.D. Salinger short story, “A Perfect Day for Bananafish”. It makes him cry, for someone truly does know him after all.

Part IV, Chapter 34 – Henry writes his last column for the Elizabeth Daily Post in which he recounts the three airline crashes. The December 16 Miami Airlines crash was due to poor maintenance and a damaged engine. The...

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