Meneseteung - Section 6 Summary & Analysis

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Section 6 Summary

Almeda's story is now complete and the last section lists her obituary in the local paper stating her death in 1904. Jarvis' obituary is also shown with his death following Almeda's by a few months. The narrator ends the story by describing her visit to the Roth family gravesite in order to find Almeda's grave, which she does only after much searching. The narrator feels that there are not many people in the world curious enough to make the effort to discover the clues to make connections with people in history. People may make the wrong conclusions from what they find and the narrator may have made the wrong conclusions about Almeda.

Section 6 Analysis

The author leaves the reader with the thought that lives continue to flow throughout time as the Meneteseung River flows through her beloved Canada. The time and events between the...

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