Station Eleven - Section 3, Chapters 13-14 Summary & Analysis

Emily St. John Mandel
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Chapter 13 centers on the life of Arthur Leander as a younger man. It begins just before one of the photographs published in one of Kirsten’s gossip magazine is taken. He is with Miranda, who has a bruise on her face. She tells Arthur she plans to leave the man that beat her. He’s happy. They go outside and are greeted by the paparazzi. Arthur doesn’t divulge details about who Miranda is, but he begins to think about when they met when he was a young actor, having had bit parts on Law & Order and who came back to work on a film in Toronto. His mother suggests he take a 17-year-old Miranda out to lunch. He does so reluctantly, but connects with her. They both go on about their lives and Arthur becomes a very famous actor, famous as...

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