Imagine Me Gone - Section 4: Part II (Celia, Alec, Margaret, Celia) Summary & Analysis

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Celia is with a patient when Michael calls. She knows he is upset, but she tells him that she has to call him back. On the way home she thinks about how different Paul, her boyfriend, is from her father. He is a writer and has just finished completing the second act of the play that he is writing. One of the things that had attracted her to him was that he had seduced her. She likes being the object of his desire and feels safe knowing that he will not leave her. She goes running after she gets home. Whe she comes back, Paul is cooking. He fixes dinner, but she does not get to eat it because Michael calls. He is having an anxiety attack due to Bethany. He wants to go to see her because...

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