The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry - Chapters 29-32 Summary & Analysis

Rachel Joyce
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In Chapter 29, Harold and Queenie, Harold finishes writing the letter to the girl at the garage, describing David's suicide. He finds a razor on the sink in a restroom and shaves off most of his beard. He then goes back to St. Bernadine's Hospice and announces his presence. A nun welcomes him inside and takes him to Queenie's room. The nun says none of the others who arrived claiming to be part of Harold's group was allowed in to see Queenie. Harold is shocked to find that Queenie is frail with a huge tumor deforming the side of her face. The nun says Queenie is in pain and is confused. Harold wants to leave but finds the courage to say hello to her. She doesn't speak and he chatters, saying that she looks “really well.” He gets a piece of quartz he'd bought...

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