Station Eleven - Section 8, Chapter 50 Summary & Analysis

Emily St. John Mandel
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Chapter 50 begins with a flashback to reveal the stories behind Kirsten’s tattoos. The first man she kills came at her when she first joins the Symphony. She kills the second man two years later. The man is part of a group who wanted food, horses, and a woman. The sixth guitar and conductor kill the others; Kirsten throws her knife at the fourth.

In the present, Kirsten, August, and Sayid are walking. They reach the highway, but still haven’t encountered the prophet. There are lots of cars abandoned on the highway. As they continue to walk, Kirsten considers what it must have been like to make this trek in the snow. They hear a dog bark. They hide and after a while they hear footsteps approaching. One of the men with the prophet has a metal crossbow. The dog, Luli, catches...

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