The Letter - Chapters 37 - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Hughes, Kathryn
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In Chapter 37, after returning from the convent, Chrissie had found some contentment in her life on Briar Farm. Jackie was loyal and devoted to her even though she could not give herself to him. She struggled with the way she thought her father, her mother, Aunt Kathleen and Billy had all betrayed her and could not bring herself to fully trust another person. She thought about her baby and wondered what sort of person he had grown into. She had tried to find the boy but the nuns refused to help.

On the farm, Jackie talked Chrissie into going into town for a meal, an extravagance they did not often enjoy. During the drive, they almost ran into two people riding bikes. The man gave an apology and Jackie commented that he sounded American.

In Chapter 38, Tina and William arrived at Briar...

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