Station Eleven - Section 3, Chapters 17-18 Summary & Analysis

Emily St. John Mandel
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Chapter 17 takes place a year before the Georgia Flu outbreak. Arthur and Clark have dinner together in London. Arthur has been served with divorce papers from his third wife and Elizabeth, his second wife, has taken their son to Jerusalem. They catch up, both recognizing in the other how much older they look now that they’re in their fifties. Clark senses a type of disconnect between them, almost as though Arthur is performing for him.

Chapter 18 continues the interview between Diallo and Kirsten. Diallo asks what she remembers. Kirsten doesn’t remember much from the time before the Georgia Flu. Diallo says that this is a common occurrence with those who were children before the end of civilization. She’s been told by her brother that she was in a commercial and a television show. She has vague memories of being...

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