Station Eleven - Section 6, Chapter 39 Summary & Analysis

Emily St. John Mandel
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Chapter 39 picks up with Miranda two weeks prior to the outbreak. She visits Toronto and it’s the first time she’s returned to Canada in months. The city reminds her of who she used to be when she was young and awkward and didn’t have any money. She over-tips the cab driver.

A few months earlier, Arthur reached out to her and told her that his father died. Miranda isn’t sure why he decided to tell her, but ultimately he says he wanted to tell her because she knows where he came from. They reminisce about a Christmas on Delano Island and how his father liked the poet Lorca. Arthur comments about how strange his life must have seemed to his father; Miranda tells him that his life would seem strange to most people.

Miranda goes to meet Arthur at...

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