The Bourne Identity - Book 1 Chapter 2 - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1 Chapter 2 - Chapter 3 Summary

The man has taken the name Jean-Pierre. The doctor determines that he has amnesia. The doctor researches medical textbooks to learn more about the condition. The amnesia has come from a combination of massive physical and psychological shock. The mind is protecting itself from what ever happened to the strange man. The doctor gives Jean-Pierre an automatic weapon. Jean-Pierre is able to break it down quickly and handles it expertly even though he has no memory of handling a gun before. The doctor tells his patient that he will remember behavior patterns. Jean-Pierre is confused and worried. Both men don't know exactly what this all means, but they think the answer is in Zurich.

Weeks pass, and Jean-Pierre still does not remember who he is. He spends his days running and regaining his strength. The doctor gets...

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