Marley and Me - Chapter Twenty-six: Borrowed Time and Chapter Twenty-seven: The Big Meadow Summary & Analysis

John Grogan (journalist)
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Chapter Twenty-six: Borrowed Time and Chapter Twenty-seven: The Big Meadow Summary and Analysis

After several weeks recuperating, Marley is soon back to his old mischievous ways. John walks into the kitchen one night to find Marley standing on his hind legs eating Rice Krispies treats off a plate. On the second anniversary of the September 11, terrorist attacks, John travels to Shanksville, Pennsylvania, the site of the crashed United Flight 93, in order to work on a piece for his column. John visits the crash site and talks to friends and family of the people who died that day. John is having difficulty finding a unique angle to the story. John sits quietly, watching the sunset and a giant American flag snapping in the breeze. The emotion of the place floods over him. He realizes that everyone lives...

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