Sybil - Part Four: Reentry - Chapters 31 and 32 Summary & Analysis

Flora Rheta Schreiber
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Part Four: Reentry - Chapters 31 and 32 Summary and Analysis

Sybil has been seeing Ramon for eight weeks, during which she has not dissociated or felt suicidal. She wonders if she would make a good mother. She's anxious to become intimate with Ramon but she has not told him about her multiple personalities, given his attitude toward psychiatry.

Ramon proposes marriage but Sybil turns him down. She realizes that she has rejected him the same way she has been rejected all her life. However, she does not feel guilty and the realization gives her strength. Although Sybil experiences grief over the loss of her relationship with Ramon, it feels good to know that she is finally able to defend herself against the grief.

Integration is complete. Sybil is the only self who meets with Dr. Wilbur now. Dr. Wilbur now only...

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