A Cure For Suicide - The Process of Villages: Part 2 Summary & Analysis

Jesse Ball
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The claimant wakes up in a new house after being processed again, but still in Gentlest Village. He finds an old woman sitting next to him. She is his now his examiner. Her observations tell her that he is off to a good start because he wakes up after only 18 hours following his shot. She decides on her approach and writes her initial report.

In the days that follow, the examiner has to teach the claimant everything -- how to dress, how to walk up and down the stairs, how to wash himself. The activities are hard for the claimant to accomplish and he cries when he doesn't succeed. The examiner, however, is very patient.

The claimant always has something to do. When he is busy, the examiner is not around. She finds things for him to do, however, when...

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