Like the Red Panda - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Stella meets Lenny, the drug dealer, on Thursday morning. She hands him two thousand dollars in cash for eight grams of freebase. She cashed in her savings bonds at the bank the day before. She aks Lenny to throw in a pipe for the extra two hundred dollars she's paying him. She takes the drugs to the home, where she tells her grandfather she has something for both of them. He pulls a quote from Seneca to include in his suicide note.

Chapter 14 Analysis

The implication is that Stella buys enough drugs for herself and Donald to overdose. Stella helps Donald prepare his suicide note, which includes a quote that man should live as long as he wants rather than as long as he can. The ending infers that they both overdose on drugs. Ironically, Stella has hated drugs since both of her...

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