The Forgetting Time - The Forgetting Time Chapters 41-44 Summary & Analysis

Sharon Guskin
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In a book about human connections, The Forgetting Time proves that Denise’s greatest healing comes from when she tries to focus on the human connections she has in her life. It comes from when she connects with Janie, and Noah and Henry and when she sits in the car next to her son, turning off the engine, and tries to understand him. The previous chapter explored how Dr. Anderson finally feels comfortable with silence, as he accepts the silence of his fate with aphasia. Likewise, Denise and Charlie feel the healing power of silence as they sit quietly in the car. Instead of the silence we saw between them at the beginning of the novel, a toxic silence that threatened to swallow up their relationship, the silence in the driveway does not feel toxic at all. Within it, both...

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