Sybil - Part Three: Unbecoming - Chapters 20 and 21 Summary & Analysis

Flora Rheta Schreiber
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Part Three: Unbecoming - Chapters 20 and 21 Summary and Analysis

Sybil wants to be free of the religious conflicts imposed on her by her parents but still retain her religion. In order for her to do that, she will have to reassess what is important to her and what God means for her.

Dr. Wilbur and Sybil engage in several circuitous conversations about God and what is right and wrong. The topic becomes so heated that several of the others visit Dr. Wilbur to weigh in on the subject. Each of the selves that come express differences of opinion around church, God, love, and rituals.

Sybil has worked through, or at least divulged, the worst part of her history: the abuse. However, if she is to become fully integrated, she will have to work through every aspect of her childhood that...

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