The Road

Section 22 pages 270- end Q 2

How was the mans perspective about the boy changed? Why?

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The man sees that the boy is no longer helpless and scared. The boy has a kind of existential ethereal quality about him that transcends fear. The boy is no longer shocked by death and misery. He seems to incorporate the devastation into his own consciousness and somehow purify them.