Replay - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Ken Grimwood
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Chapter 12 Summary

On the day of the Jonestown massacre, Jeff is back at his farm in Northern California. Pamela Phillips drives up to his place. Her second film, Continuum, was a flop. The special effects were ahead of their time, but the film's message was rejected by critics and viewers alike. Jeff brings her out to see Mount Shasta, the holy-seeming peak that overlooks his farm. He tells her that he's come to terms with the unknowable aspect of their situation and the value of what they do, which lives on in themselves even after its been erased from history.

Jeff and Pamela begin a romantic relationship. They revel in sex on a train to Montreal, with the wilderness passing the windows. Finally, they each have someone to talk to about their experiences. They discuss how terrible it would be to relive a quarter century...

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