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The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane - Chapters 7 - 9 Summary & Analysis

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Edward begins believing that Abilene will come back for him in Chapter 7. He sits at the bottom of the ocean spending his days pretending that he is still in his chair at the house on Egypt Street waiting for Abilene. He also spent time thinking about the meaning behind Pellegrina's story. After a long time a storm moves Edward from his place and as he is about to sink to the bottom of the ocean again, he is caught in a fisherman's net. An old man named Lawrence and a boy catch Edward in a fish net. The old man decides to take Edward home to his wife, Nellie, as something for her to clean up and eventually give to a child.

As Laurence the fisherman walks home with Edward in Chapter 8, he begins talking to Edward the same way that Abilene used...

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