A Cure For Suicide - A Place You Go Last Summary & Analysis

Jesse Ball
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A nervous man, called a petitioner, has been waiting for about an hour to see a man who has the title of interlocutor. Finally the petitioner goes in and a man, who reminds him of a nice version of his grandfather starts explaining the cure for suicide. The petitioner feels that he has no choice but to continue on the path he's on, but he listens anyway. The interlocutor then explains the Process of Villages which is the way they administer the cure. He tells the petitioner that people once looked down on suicide, but now it's okay to end one's life when you no longer want to live it. He relays the story of a man who never felt as if his life fitted him. He wants to end his life, but the Interlocutor convinces him to consider the...

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