The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry - Chapters 9-12 Summary & Analysis

Rachel Joyce
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In Chapter 9, Maureen and David, Maureen is furious. She is angry that Harold is spending so much money and that he has left her. She is so humiliated that she doesn't think she can tell anyone, even David. One day, Harold calls and says he thinks he's doing this walk partly for David. That makes Maureen angry and she hangs up, though she instantly regrets that rash action. Maureen also has a disturbing dream during this time.

Maureen talks to David who says she knows what's wrong with Harold and what she has to do about it. He also says that Queenie Hennessy “was a good woman.” Maureen says David never met Queenie and he agrees, but says that Maureen and Queenie met when Queenie came to their house with an “urgent message” for Harold. That makes Maureen decide she'll go to the...

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