This Is What It Means to Say Phoenix, Arizona - Pages 71 – 75 Summary & Analysis

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Victor and Thomas collect the ashes of Victor’s father. There are two containers of ashes, as Victor’s father was a big man. They carry the two boxes to Victor’s father’s pickup truck and put them in the truck’s cabin, behind the seats. Victor sits in the driver seat, and Thomas sits in the passenger seat. Victor drives for 16 hours. In Nevada, they are amazed by the lack of water and animal life. Victor stops the truck and asks Thomas to take a turn driving. Thomas obliges, but soon after he begins driving, they see an animal: a jackrabbit. The jackrabbit runs into the road and is killed by the truck. Thomas stops the truck, and they look at the dead jackrabbit. They wonder if the jackrabbit killed itself out of loneliness, as it seemed to be the only animal...

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