A Monster Calls - Pages 159-183 Summary & Analysis

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In “A Note,” Conor’s life calms for a few days. The Monster does not visit. His school friends ignore him. His mother sleeps in her hospital bed. His father phones. Conor frequently has "the” nightmare. His mother develops an infection in her lungs. At school one day, Lily hands him a note. It contains an apology for telling everyone about his mother, and ends with the words “I see you.” Conor is overwhelmed with relief. His eyes meet Lily’s and he tries to thank her, when someone arrives at the door to fetch him.

In “100 Years,” Conor enters his mother’s hospital room to see her awake and sitting up, but he can tell she is not better. He is growing angry, but submits to his mother trying to connect with him. She says the yew tree medicine is not working...

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