Life After Life: A Novel - Toby, Notes about: Martha Marie Anderson Stone, Martha Stone, C.J., Rachel, Joanna, Notes about: Judge Henry Morton Walker, Henry Morton Walker Summary & Analysis

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In 'Toby', Toby is in her own cottage thinking about the hurts that other human beings inflict on each other and she'll never understand that. She puts on a meditation CD and thinks about a woman named Sally whom she lived with for awhile but nothing ever really came of the relationship. Sally went on to marry a man and have children but Toby wonders if she ever thinks about Toby. Love is love, no matter what form it takes.

'Notes about: Martha Marie Anderson Stone' is Joanna's journal entry of Martha Stone, Stanley's wife. She had been a beautiful young woman and the house is filled with portraits. She loved to dance and garden and she had a collection of glass figurines...

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