The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry - Chapters 25-28 Summary & Analysis

Rachel Joyce
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In Chapter 25, Harold and the Dog, Harold and the dog are walking without anyone else now. The dog looks hungry. Harold feels lonely, seeing how the world continues to go on, with or without him. He thinks a lot about how unimportant he is and believes that he hasn't made any impression on any of the people he's met. As he's walking, he suddenly realizes that dog is missing. He walks back a long way, looking for the dog, and finds it getting on a bus with a little girl. Harold accepts that the dog has made a decision to go with the girl.

Harold struggles through the coming days. One day, he calls Maureen and says he can't possibly finish. He says he wants to come home but can't even figure out exactly where he is. Maureen tells Harold to call her...

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