1. What is one of the first reactions Paul had when he woke up at Annie's house?
Paul has no idea who he is and is at a loss to understand what happened. Annie's presence makes no sense to him either. However, Paul does not really care because the pain he is experiencing is so bad.
2. When Paul describes the smell first associated with Annie, what does he say?
Paul says that the smell was cloying, that Annie smelled like a combination of peanut butter fudge, chicken gravy, vanilla cookies, and chocolate ice cream.
3. How does Annie describe herself to Paul?
Annie explains to Paul that she owns the farm where he is staying and that she has the ability to take good care of him. Annie also tells Paul that she is his number one fan.
4. What does Paul feel like after Annie leaves him for a long time?
Paul says he feels like a slice of living tissue on a microscope slide or like a worm on a hook. Paul's pain is so intense that his thinking becomes unclear and irrational. Paul needs his medication and is prepared to do whatever it takes to get it.
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