Island - Study Guide Chapters 14 and 15 Summary & Analysis

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Will and Susila continue talking about Will's life. He says that when he realized that Molly was dead, he was almost relieved that he was truly free to be with Babs. He suddenly remembers that he'd had a dog as a child, that the dog had become sick and died, and that he'd be repulsed by the sick dog but was still willing to be near because he loved the animal. He also recounts his time with his Aunt Mary. He'd loved her because she provided an escape from his unhappy house, but when she became ill she changed dramatically. As it was evident that she would soon die, she began to hate everyone who wasn't sick. Susila says that she doesn't believe in an afterlife, that a person should concentrate on living his or her life before death rather than focusing on what might...

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