A Cure For Suicide - The Train Was Traveling Summary & Analysis

Jesse Ball
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Summary

Examiner 2387, who readers know as Hilda, walks through a train looking for someone she's been instructed to meet. Finally she finds the person she's looking for. It's the claimant's examiner and she's asked that Hilda meet her. Hilda thanks her for that. The claimant's examiner asks Hilda to repeat what she had said to the claimant on the night she left. Hilda gets her conversations confused at first but then repeats it.

The older examiner claps and tells Hilda, who was once a claimant herself but is now an examiner, that her performance had been great and had impressed higher ups. They think that she's very talented. The claimant's examiner, however, thinks that there was more to Hilda's performance than talent. She believes that she really did love the claimant and that she had truly wanted to help him escape. She...

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