Looking for Alaska - After, Part 5, p. 210 - 221 Summary & Analysis

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After, Part 5, p. 210 - 221 Summary

one hundred eighteen days after - Miles and Chip decide to drive along the highway where Alaska died, mostly quiet except for a brief conversation in which they each reveal that Alaska's death felt, and feels, pure and right. They approach a part of the highway where shattered glass from Alaska's accident remains scattered on the road. Chip speeds up, and Miles realizes that Alaska may have suddenly decided to end her suffering "straight and fast" on impulse. In present tense narration, Miles describes how he and Chip pass over the spot, driving straight and fast ... and weeping. Resuming past tense narration, Miles describes how they stopped, got out, embraced each other, wept some more, and celebrated being alive.

one hundred nineteen days after - Chip and Miles, along with Takumi and Lara, study intensely for their...

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