Leaving Time - Part 1: Chapter 2; Alice — Chapter 4; Alice Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 2, Alice gives several examples proving that elephants have long memories. As she believes she adequately describes what elephants remember, she wonders what, if anything, these creatures won’t forget.

In Chapter 3, Serenity remembers she was eight years old when she realized she could see people that no one else could. When she was school aged, Serenity was told she needed to hide her Gift if she didn’t want to get hurt. She managed to keep her mouth shut until one day when she imagined her best friend breaking her leg when she jumped off the swings. Serenity didn’t tell her friend what was about to happen, but it was on that day she decided it was better for her to get hurt than for others to get hurt. At the same time, Serenity realized there were...

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