The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry Quotes

Rachel Joyce
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I'm only going to the end of the road.”
-- Harold (Chapter 1, Harold and the Letter paragraph 31)

Importance: These are the last words Harold says to Maureen as he heads out to mail the letter to Queenie. The significance lies in the fact that he'll call Maureen later with the news that he's walking to see Queenie and that he doesn't return for months.

So when Harold said he was walking to Berwick, did he mean that once he got there, he was staying?”
-- Maureen (Chapter 6, Maureen and the Lie paragraph 3)

Importance: Maureen has never been alone and she is actually afraid now that Harold has gone on this walk. This is very early in the walk and is a stark example of the fact that they aren't communicating well.

He hunched his shoulders and drove his feet harder, as if he wasn't so much walking to Queenie as away from himself.”
-- Narrator (Chapter 7, Harold and the Hiking Man and the Woman Who Loved Jane Austen paragraph 48)

Importance: It's early in Harold's walk and he is struggling with memories because he has so...

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