Meridian - Ending: Atonement: Later in the Same Life, Settling Accounts, and Release Summary & Analysis

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Ending: Atonement: Later in the Same Life, Settling Accounts, and Release Summary

In Atonement: Later in the Same Life, Truman tells Lynne he still loves her but that he doesn't desire her anymore. He says he wants to be a friend and a brother. Lynne says that maybe they should go South again, and Truman asks what for.

In Settling Accounts, Truman is in the sleeping bag with Meridian. He tells her that he wants her to love him. Meridian protests that she does love him, and he accuses her of taking her love away. Meridian, though, says that her love for him just changed and that she set him free to be himself. Truman sees a letter from Anne-Marion on the wall, along with a photograph. It is a picture of the stump of...

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