A Cure For Suicide - The Process of Villages: Part 3 Summary & Analysis

Jesse Ball
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The examiner and the claimant go to a get together where the claimant meets a woman named Hilda and a man she says is her husband. His name is also Martin. Martin invites the claimant to come over some time. The claimant feels awkward talking to them, but realizes that he likes Hilda and he discusses his feelings and the meaning of relationships with the examiner. They also come up with a story to explain why they are there, deciding to say that they are studying plants.

One evening, he and the examiner go to Hilda's and Martin's house for dinner. The claimant feels comfortable at first because the house is the same as his. Things change, however, during the evening when Hilda calls him into the kitchen, stands close to him, and tells him to meet her tomorrow night...

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