Where the narrator returns after his wife dies.
H.'s Death Bed
Where the narrator and his wife had many discussions.
The author describes missing his wife in the only place he could not escape from.
The author uses this regularly over the course of his initial grieving, in order to review the process he goes through and to help others with what they might be able to expect.
The author uses this regularly throughout the book, but in the beginning, he tries and finds it does not work.
This object has a lot to reveal about the way the author reacts to his wife's cancer. He meets this object as if facing an old nemesis.
This object allows the reader insight into the author's most uncensored moments, when he is most vulnerable to being tossed around by...
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