Mortality - Chapter VII Summary & Analysis

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Chapter VII Summary and Analysis

When he fell ill, Christopher was at the peak of his career. His two greatest assets - his voice and his pen - had been impacted. For quite some time before that, he had been burning the candle at both ends and perhaps venturing into a status of less than robust health. There is an irony in that the tumor that wants to kill, also dies when the body does. So what has it won? Christopher had to work hard and remind himself not to allow himself to dabble in self-pity.

Christopher had always prided himself in his stoic materialism. He was wealthy. He went on a book tour to sell himself and to sell books. While on the road if he felt tired and his voice had grown husky, he thought he would see the doctor when the...

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