All Is Not Forgotten - Chapters 3 - 4 Summary & Analysis

Wendy Walker
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In Chapter 3, the narrator explained that Tom and Charlotte disagreed about whether to give Jenny the memory-loss treatment or not. Charlotte wanted to put the whole episode behind them; she thought it would be best. Tom worried that the criminal who committed the rape would never be caught without her memories or testimony. The narrator explained how the treatment worked. A large, coma-inducing dose of Benzatral had to be given within a specific window of time after a traumatic event. Jenny’s case fit the circumstances, but her parents had to decide quickly.

The chapter ended with Tom’s recount of the conversation he had with the doctor and detective in the family lounge at the hospital. He recalled hearing that the perpetrator wore a condom and likely shaved his genitals to leave no trace of DNA. He wore a black wool mask...

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