Looking for Alaska StoryBoard Three
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Pudge transforms into someone who lives every day like it is his last. This is due to Alaska dying at such a young age, like she said she would. He learns to have fun but also balance his grief for his friend along with that since Alaska used pleasure to mask her grief.
Takumi uses his sleuthing skills to find out whether Alaska committed suicide or it was purely an accident. We find out that she forgot to lay white tulips on her mothers grave and shefelt responsible to do it anyways, no matter the consequences. Pudge and the Colonel finally let go of the guilt that they had over being the ones who help Alaska get off campus, leading to her death, because it was no ones fault, it was just a mistake.
Pudge doesn't technically return to his home in Florida, but he returns to his routine at Culver Creek. He figures out what the labyrinth is, it is the cycle of life and suffering. As life goes on, you will suffer, and the only way out is death. And as Alaska wanted to escape her personal labyrinth, she achieved it. Pudge realizes that this knowledge is part of his "Great Perhaps", that you will just need to keep living until you escape the labyrinth.
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