The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - At the Wax Museum, The Mythmaker Summary & Analysis

Jean-Dominique Bauby
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At the Wax Museum, The Mythmaker Summary and Analysis

At first Jean hated those who cared for him, but he got to know them and realized that they were doing the best they could in a difficult situation and he has come to like them. It is night and Jean blinks as the door opens and the night nurse asks if he would like his sleeping pill now.

As a young boy, Jean made friends with a boy name Olivier who loved to invent stories. Jean envies Olivier's storytelling and admits that he has been dabbling in fiction lately. Like Olivier, Jean swears all his stories are true.

The time has finally arrived to tell about the fateful day of Jean's stroke. Jean is testing a new German automobile. He brushes Florence's lips and heads out to the waiting car...

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