Jasmine - Chapters 18, 19 and 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 18, 19 and 20 Summary

This section begins with Jasmine in present-day Iowa, and she remembers the day she met Dr. Mary Webb, a professor of sociology who lives in the area. Dr. Webb has asked Jasmine to attend a meeting at the University Club in Dalton, Iowa. Jasmine is both surprised and pleased at the invitation. Clearly, Dr. Webb is an accomplished person, and Jasmine is just a Punjab girl from a small village. When Jasmine arrives at the meeting, Dr. Webb shares that the purpose of the gathering is to channel past lives each of the group members has experienced.

Jasmine is a bit taken aback at first, but Dr. Webb thinks Jasmine is a natural for the group because of the Hindu belief in reincarnation. Eventually, Jasmine admits to having flashbacks of previous lives every once in awhile. As the two women continue talking, Dr. Webb reveals...

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