Rabbit, Run - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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The funeral of Rebecca June Angstrom is a small one. There are only seven people there when the family arrives. The funeral director comments that he hopes the minister has not forgotten. Eccles has a reputation for forgetting things.

The Angstroms arrival at the funeral causes tension. Mrs. Angstrom sees her son standing with the Springers and is distressed. She questions what they have done to him. Harry is embarrassed by this after all the Springers have done for him. The tension is released, however, when she hugs Janice and calls her “my daughter.”

Eccles arrives and the service begins. At the cemetery, Harry has a sense of healing. He begins to see brightness past all of the dark. The light is blocked, however, when he turns to look at Janice.

Harry tells her he did not kill the baby. The people at the funeral look...

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