The Loney - Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Michael Hurley
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The story jumps forward two months to June and the narrator’s final exams. The narrator was unsure about what to do after he graduated, seeing work as just a repetition of the dull routines of school. Mummer was pressuring him to study theology and go to the seminary, and the narrator felt too weak to assert himself since he was unsure about his own goals.

The narrator stated that Collier and Parkinson did something to Hanny that cured his shattered leg. Hanny returned to the Pinelands facility, and the narrator stated that he had regressed since the retreat, although his parents ignored Hanny’s increasingly childish behavior. The narrator had also been upset and distant over the past two months.

The narrator came downstairs because he hears Mummer dropping a plate. The narrator asks if anything is the matter, and Hanny replies with...

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