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Chapter Thirty-Four discussion

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The novel ends with the line, “To the promise of everything and nothing all at once.” What do you take this line to mean, in the greater context of living life after the loss of a loved one, or for living life in general?  In what ways does the idea behind this line coincide with the idea behind the letters her grandmother once sent Parker?

 

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