The Forgetting Time - The Forgetting Time Chapters 21-22 Summary & Analysis

Sharon Guskin
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Dr. Anderson is on the same flight as Janie and her son, grappling with the feeling that his own world is coming apart at the seams. He is losing connections between dreams and reality, and losing the names of the people in the seat right next to him. He falls back in to the flashback of another memory: the memory of when he returned home to his wife after a research trip abroad. At the end of the flashback, Dr. Anderson confronts the startling realization that he has lost his wife’s name.

With his memory leveled by the disease, Dr. Anderson has also had his priorities leveled. Once concerned with research and legacy, Dr. Anderson has had a change of heart in this chapter as, “all he wanted was to help a single child” (207). He gives Janie the research...

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