The Bridge Across Forever: A Lovestory - Chapters 27-35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 27-35 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 27: While sailing off the coast of Florida, Bach speaks of the stars and constellations learned when he was ten and how he considers them to be constant companions. The author also wonders if there are sharks in the water and what it would be like to drown. Regarding near death experiences, Bach says, "A lot of people have been near-dead and revived. Dying's the most beautiful moment in living, they tell us, and their fear of death is gone."

There is an argument between Leslie and Bach regarding distance. Leslie claims that Bach always distances himself from her. Bach says he distances himself from everyone, not just her. Leslie recalls Bach saying that if he ever had to be with a woman for more than three days, he would go mad, but they had been together for months...

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