Mortality - Chapter II Summary & Analysis

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Chapter II Summary and Analysis

Some felt that Christopher's cancer was God's revenge for blaspheming Him. Bitter comments like this and hopes that Christopher would burn in Hell after suffering from cancer were all over the Internet. Even if his voice would eventually go, Christopher could still write, he thought, in response to the venom he was being hit with. Would the cancer get to his brain, he worried. If so, in his agony, might he be delirious and call for a priest?

Christopher spent his days fighting to live and preparing to die. Undergoing the chemotherapy and seeing his doctors was part of the fight. Seeing his lawyers for finalizing his estate was part of the preparation for his death. Letters and messages he received all mentioned prayer. Since he was an atheist, some promised not to insult him by praying for him...

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