I Know This Much Is True - Chapters 25-28 Summary & Analysis

Wally Lamb
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In Chapter 25 Dominick visits Sheffer to "brainstorm" about the PSRB meeting, evades Patel's question about skipping an appointment, and begs Ralph, a janitor at Hatch, to phone him if he sees Thomas being abused. Dominick is relieved to watch Thomas briefly in the recreation yard. Sheffer talks about downsizing mental health facilities and warns that Dominick may have to care for Thomas personally. Dominick needs to calm down before the hearing and stop talking about Hatch as a hellhole.

Chapter 26 examines the eve of Thomas' hearing, a harried day for Dominick complicated by his finding a home pregnancy test. Sheffer announces that he is cleared to see Thomas, but fears that the hearing will go badly. Patel is abstaining from judgment. When they see Thomas, he cannot focus on what he dubs "the Spanish Inquisition," and claims that he is being tortured and raped behind...

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