A Cure For Suicide - The Process of Villages: Part 4 Summary & Analysis

Jesse Ball
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When the claimant and the examiner meet again, he's in a new house. He remembers the examiner and her new name. They take a look at the new house and he gets a new role -- that of a scholar. She shows him a desk where she says she keeps her reports and tells him that he can look at them whenever he wants, but he never does. He likes his new name though and says it out loud, as he likes the way it sounds in his mouth.

The examiner and the claimant talk about what the claimant sees in the village, whether everything has always been the same and how he would feel if he went to a place where things were different. His response makes the examiner make notes. They come up with a new cover --...

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