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"Paul's Fate" quotes

After Paul's death, the Reverend John Maclean searches for answers that he seems unable to find in his beliefs: Reverend Maclean: Is there anything else you can tell me?
Norman Maclean: Nearly all the bones in his hand were broken.
The Reverend Maclean rises from the table to leave, digesting what Norman has told him, then pauses and continues: Reverend Maclean: Which hand?
Norman Maclean: His right hand.
After some time has gone by: Older Norman - [narrating]:

As time passes, my father struggled for more to hold on to, asking me again and again: had I told him everything. And I finally said to him, "maybe all I know about Paul is that he was a fine fisherman." "You know more than that," my father said; "he was beautiful." And that was the last time we spoke of my brother's death.

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