Station Eleven - Section 5, Chapters 31-34 Summary & Analysis

Emily St. John Mandel
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Chapter 31 is another excerpt from the interview with Kirsten and Diallo. Diallo is now identified as the librarian at the New Petoskey Library. It’s Year Fifteen. Diallo asks Kirsten about witnessing Arthur’s death on stage. She tells him about the man who came on stage to perform CPR; she doesn’t remember Jeevan’s name and he isn’t identified in the obituary.

Chapter 32 begins 47 days after the outbreak. Jeevan watches fires in the distance and contemplates fires in a city without firefighters. He hears gunshots and there’s a stench coming from the hallway, so they have to keep the windows open. They’ve got enough food for two weeks. Jeevan knows they’ll need to leave, but Frank is wheelchair bound. Frank contemplated what civilization was when he was first injured and how he never wanted to see...

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