A Whole New Life - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary and Analysis

Dan and Price settled in, with Dan taking over the downstairs dining room for his office. Dan had bathroom grab bars installed in the bathroom so Price could pull himself up. Dan happily cooked dinner for Price and friends who visited. Price withdrew from steroids and was taking only Tylenol for pain. Diana Betz was still coming for physical therapy sessions. In early November, Price was offered a commission to write a play for Hendrix College in Arkansas. Price tore into the work for the next two months and wrote a story about the relationship between a young man and woman—something the students could relate to. Price actually patterned the story in part after his parent's relationship. During this time, Price's physical health was rapidly declining with growing weakness and numbness and ever present pain.

Price finished the play...

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