The Forgetting Time - The Forgetting Time Chapters 37-38 Summary & Analysis

Sharon Guskin
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In this chapter Guskin provides us with the last case study: the case of William McConnell. William’s grandfather, John McConnell, was killed when he was shot through the pulmonary artery while trying to stop a robbery. John had told his daughter Doreen, “no matter what, I’m always going to take care of you” (295). When Doreen gave birth to her son William five years after John died, doctors immediately noticed that he was born with pulmonary valve atresia. Once, when William was three years old, his mother told him to sit down or she would spank him. William replied, “Mom, when you were a little girl and I was your daddy, you were bad a lot of times and I never hit you!” (296). The case study was taken from Jim B. Tucker’s Life After Life.

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