Everything Begins and Ends at the Kentucky Club - Brother in Another Language Summary & Analysis

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The story begins with Charlie in a therapist's office after a failed attempt at suicide. His parents feel ashamed of him and begin to pay for his treatment. During conversations with David, the therapist, Charlie reveals the strained relationship he has with his parents. They are wealthy and have no issues paying for his sessions but he brims with resentment, exclaiming that he hates his father. He had a brother who was banished from the family, contributing to Charlie's feelings towards his family, particularly his father. Charlie's decision to attempt suicide in his parent's bedroom prompts the therapist, David, to inquire into Charlie's feelings for his parents, which Charlie reveals is indifference. Charlie reveals that his father is controlling and his mother is more of a spectator, claiming that he does not love her but does not hate her either. David...

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