The Bridge Across Forever: A Lovestory - Chapters 10-17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10-17 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 10: This chapter deals with Bach's relationship to Donna, a divorcée, who has similar desires and dislike of forced commitment and restraint. Both believe that one should be with someone because of want and desire, not because of bondage.

Bach's relationship with Donna helps him to see that perhaps there is no one perfect mate. Although the author desires the concept of the perfect mate, he also wants to be free and not be required to be with another person out of obligation instead of love. Donna understands this and both are strongly adverse to any type of commitment. When one gets tired of the relationship, it is time to move on. Each expects the other to be offended by the concept and are pleasantly surprised, even thrilled, that this seems to be the ideal situation. Bach wishes...

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