The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry - Chapters 18-21 Summary & Analysis

Rachel Joyce
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In Chapter 18, Harold and the Decision, Harold resumes walking on his 26th day. He forces himself to walk but is losing faith in his ability to finish the walk. He thinks that he should have gotten in a car and rushed to Queenie's side. He checks his bank account and is horrified that he's spent so much money. Harold stops to call Queenie. A staff member says that Queenie has no friends or family, and that she's very ill. The woman then says that Queenie showed a marked improvement when they told her about Harold's initial phone call. She says Queenie has sat up a few times and that she shows everyone Harold's postcards. The woman says it's apparent that Queenie is waiting for Harold's arrival. The woman says she initially feared that Harold just didn't understand the gravity of Queenie's situation, but...

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