Sybil - Part Four: Reentry - Chapters 28, 29 and 30 Summary & Analysis

Flora Rheta Schreiber
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Part Four: Reentry - Chapters 28, 29 and 30 Summary and Analysis

Using hypnosis, Dr. Wilbur begins the process of aging all the selves to Sybil's present age. Following the hypnosis, Sybil feels quieter. Dr. Wilbur hopes that the foundation for real integration has finally been laid at last. If Sybil is to move forward, then so must the others. They must work through their own traumas and learn to serve a larger purpose in Sybil's life than just being a buffer.

The day after Dr. Wilbur ages the selves she asks Sybil if she would like to meet them. Sybil nervously agrees and meets Ruthie and Vicky, but needs to take a break after. Sybil continues to be wary of meeting the rest of the others. However, Peggy Lou has integrated herself without an official introduction by Dr. Wilbur during hypnosis. As...

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