Runner - Chapters Twenty-Two and Twenty-Three; Author’s Note Summary & Analysis

Robert Newton
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At the beginning of Chapter Twenty-Two, and as Charlie and Mr. Redmond are on the train home, the young man against whom Charlie had won the race stops by to congratulate them, and to compliment Charlie on his running. After the young man has taken his seat, Mr. Redmond asks Charlie what he plans to do with the money, and Charlie tells him, saying that he will need Mr. Redmond’s help. Mr. Redmond agrees, and then urges Charlie to get some sleep. The text at this point does not reveal Charlie’s plans.

When they get back home, Charlie tells Mr. Redmond to keep the trophy he was awarded as a token of thanks not only for helping him run, but for helping the family in general. He also tells Mr. Redmond to take whatever is necessary...

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