The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared - Chapters 28 - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 28 and 29 in 1982, Allan retired from spying and returned to Sweden. He received a pension from the Swedish government with which he used to buy a small retirement cottage. He befriend a stray cat named Molotov and lived a peaceful, if quiet, existence. When a wild fox ate Molotov, Allan flew into a rage and plotted the fox's demise. Allan dynamited the hen house nearby where the fox was raiding food, but inadvertently exploded his own cottage, too. A Swedish social worker saw to it that Allan was housed in an old folk's home. However, the rules and rigidity of the old folks' home didn't suit Allan, who was used to living life on his own terms, and so he plotted to escape from it on his 100-year-old birthday.

In the Epilogue in 2005, Amanda and Allan were very happy together. Allan...

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