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H is for Hawk
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H is for Hawk

Created: 04/20/16

Replies: 2

Posted Apr. 20, 2016 Go to Top | Go to bottom | link | alert
vickic

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H is for Hawk

What do you think Helen meant when she said "...perhaps the bareness and wrongness of the world was an illusion; that things might still be real, and right, and beautiful, even if I could not see them..."?


Posted Apr. 23, 2016 Go to Top | Go to bottom | link | alert
Windsong

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RE: H is for Hawk

I don't remember that particular quote; but after she visited the psychiatrist or therapist, she sensed a clearer understanding of the world. Before her grief consumed and blinded her to anything not connected to the training of Mabel.


Posted Apr. 28, 2016 Go to Top | Go to bottom | link | alert
juliaa

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RE: H is for Hawk

I don't remember the particular quote either, but I think it expresses some hope that Helen herself will eventually see the beautiful and "right" things in the world.


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