Exit, Pursued by a Bear - Part 3, Section 1 Summary & Analysis

E.K. Johnston
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Part 3 begins with a quote from Shakespeare’s “Richard III”: “Now is the winter of our discontent” (139).

Chapter 19 – Hermione has her first house-call counseling session with psychiatrist Dr. Malcolm Hutt, close to retirement and very matter of fact. Their conversation reveals that Hermione feels disconnected from what happened to her. That, and other aspects of her experience (including her struggles with memory) are described by Dr. Hutt as being completely normal. He counsels her to be careful as commencement approaches, saying that some of its activities might become triggering for her. He also suggests that she hold onto the support of her friends and family as much as possible. After he goes, Hermione starts thinking that she can handle whatever comes next.

Chapter 20 – After commencement, which Hermione references briefly as being un-triggering, there is a visit from Officer Plummer. Hermione, her parents, and...

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