The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry - Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

Rachel Joyce
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In Chapter 13, Harold and the Doctor, the woman who helps Harold inside is named Martina and she has a strong Eastern European accent. She's a doctor from Slovakia and she lets him stay with her for a couple of days while he recovers. She is unable to practice medicine in the United States but is capable of taking care of him, and she's kind. She reveals that she had a boyfriend who has left her. She seems to wish that he'd return but doesn't really believe it. They talk a great deal, about David and Queenie, and Harold thinks more about his past. He was different from his father. He held a job and financially supported his family. He wasn't able to fully participate in their lives and feels he watched “from the sidelines,” but he was at least present.

In Chapter 14, Maureen...

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