The End of Your Life Book Club - Majorie Morningstar-Daily Strength For Daily Needs Summary & Analysis

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Majorie Morningstar-Daily Strength For Daily Needs Summary

Will goes with his mother to chemotherapy for the first time in November. There are many interruptions there, and his mom dislikes interruptions. That first day at the hospital with her, he's frustrated with his job, and his mom offers to let him go deal with the problem, but he refuses to leave her. That's when they begin to set up the book club. She tells him a little about her childhood. Her parents were very unhappy together, and dragged on their marriage for much longer than they should have. Will's mother was a drama teacher when she was young, and she attended the first showings of "Death of a Salesman". Her generation is the first generation of women told that they could do anything they wanted. Her favorite books as a child...

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