Odds Against Tomorrow - Part Three, Future Days – pages 261 - 293 Summary & Analysis

Nathaniel Rich
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9 – Mitchell and Jane are the only refugees who join Hank on their midnight walk across the bridge to the Flatlands. As they walk for what turns out to be hours, Mitchell considers the risky nature of what he is doing, and how his choice to leave Randall’s Island is yet another example of his habit of running away from things – his family home, his jobs, the Zukorminiums, and now the Island. For a while he is accompanied by the imagined presence of Elsa, who makes him realize that they are more alike than he ever thought – they are both, she says, obsessed. She also taunts him about what lies ahead, and then vanishes. Meanwhile, for a short time Mitchell holds Jane’s hand, but because she is walking in front of him, it soon gets awkward and their...

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