Still Life - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Gamache visited Myrna’s bookstore where they briefly discussed the book Loss. Gamache found out that Myrna was a psychologist before moving to Three Pines but that she quit as she started losing sympathy for her patients. She reported that it was frustrating as a lot of them did not want to change and get better. She stated that loss and change was usually the catalyst for people going to see her. She believed that a lot of people do not grow and evolve; “They leave “still” lives, waiting…Waiting for someone to save them” (166). She told Gamache that although the problem is within the individual, so is the solution. Gamache responded that the issue was that “most unhappy people blame others” (168). Gamache and Myrna then discussed Timmer. Myrna told Gamache she liked Timmer and that she was a very intelligent woman. While looking...

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