Democracy - Part 2: Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapter 10 Summary

Inez and Billy visit Janet in the hospital and find that she is essentially brain-dead and will not survive. Inez recalls that Janet had called her a week before and asked if she remembered their mother's presence at her (Janet's) wedding. Inez had told her she didn't remember, but she did. She also remembers that Janet worked very hard at being like her absent mother during their growing-up years, trying to emulate her everything from her hair style to her penmanship. Inez has not seen Jack yet, but he had been at the airport when she arrived.

Part 2: Chapter 10 Analysis

In this chapter, we see that Inez hasn't forgotten everything; she simply reports that she does not remember things which she can, in fact, recall. This also tells us that her loss of memory is a protective device. She didn't cry...

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