London Transports - Stockwell Summary & Analysis

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Mona Lewis vomits when she receives the diagnosis: inoperable cancer that will kill her before Christmas. Dr. Barton immediately regrets using the emotive word. Although she lives in Hampstead with her husband Jerry and twin sixteen-year-old daughters, Marigold and Annabelle, the handsome forty-six-year-old goes to be diagnosed in Stockwell, rather than letting friends who use the same doctor realize that she is having tests run. Mona brings Barton plant food and books to tend to his office plants. She hastens to help clean up the vomit and offers hints on how to treat the stain. Barton enjoys having her as a temporary patient. Settling up for the last time, he refuses her money and she assures him that she is not suicidal and will visit to trim his plants.

Walking away from the office, Mona thinks calmly about her plan to tell Jerry...

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