The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry - Chapters 22-24 Summary & Analysis

Rachel Joyce
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In Chapter 22, Harold and the Pilgrims, Harold has been walking for 47 days. A group of people join him. A man named Richard seems overly assertive. He says that Harold's story “filled him with hope.” There is also a young woman named Kate who seems to be more sincere than Rich. Another man joins, wearing a gorilla suit because he believes that will garner more support for Queenie. They soon argue over the route.

For a few days, the members of the group work together but their progress is slow and they soon begin to form factions that don't get along with each other. They get bogged down in problems. Some fall sick from their diet. Rich comes up with t-shirts for the “real pilgrims” so they can be distinguished from their “followers.” Rich pushes Harold to pose for a photo, holding a fruit...

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