Chapter 1, Introduction
• Latimer, an Englishman, narrates this story.
• Latimer suffers from angina pectoris, which allows him to see the future.
• Latimer has foreseen his own death- a heart attack while sitting at his desk.
• The purpose of Latimer's writing is to tell his life story during the last month of his life.
Chapter 1, Childhood
• Latimer's mother adores him and keeps him by her side at all times, up to her death.
• Latimer's father finds him odd and keeps him at a distance.
• Latimer's half-brother, Alfred, has not been home, but away at school during Latimer's childhood.
• At sixteen, Latimer's father sends him to Switzerland for schooling after having the bumps on his head examined.
Chapter 1, Changes
• Latimer begins to have visions of unknown cities.
• Latimer begins to question his mental state.
• Latimer has a vision of a new person (Bertha).
• Latimer gains a new power- reading minds. (Except...
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