The Echo Maker - How much had Mark changed? - Back at last in his corner of the globe Summary & Analysis

Richard Powers
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Karin is constantly trying to take note of Mark's improvement and she thinks he is much slower than before and much more forgetful, but he does seem to be funnier. Karin cannot deny that Mark is more childlike now and his temper seems worse than before. Karin also admits to herself that the Capgras is changing her too in that she has had to adapt herself and her image of herself to the way Mark sees her now. One day Mark wants Karin to take him to a dealership so he can buy a new truck but Karin refuses and Mark flies into a rage. Mark also talks about his need to return to work because he can't live off of disability forever.

Mark begins Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Dr...

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