Along Came a Spider - Study Guide Part Three, The Last Southern Gentleman, Chapters 49-53 Summary & Analysis

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Cross wants to hypnotize Murphy and asks permission from the district attorney and several other doctors involved in the case. They are reluctant, even as Cross makes several strong arguments. Cross decides to take things into his own hands by going to a reporter friend of his. Cross wants the reporter to write a story about Cross hypnotizing Murphy, thus forcing a decision. When Cross performs the hypnotism, he talks to Murphy about the McDonald's and finds that Murphy has memories of Soneji lashing out at the people at the McDonald's. As Murphy recites these memories, he attacks Cross, convincing him that the Soneji personality has come out.

The next morning Cross is summoned to his boss's office where he learns that he has been given a promotion. Rather than a positive advancement...

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