The Professor's House - Book 3, The Professor, Chapter 3-5 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, The Professor, Chapter 3-5 Summary

The doctor visits St. Peter and does not find anything wrong with him. St. Peter does not tell the doctor that he thinks he will die soon. He gets letters every week from his family, and often reads them by the lake.

When the fall term opens, St. Peter returns to work but is still sure that he will die soon. He speaks with his son-in-law, Scott McGregor, who agrees that St. Peter has the right to stay in his study. St. Peter does not see how he can live in the new house. He is more comfortable with the idea of death as a freeing experience.

He then gets thin letters from his wife and Louie Marsellus, and is scared by them because he knows what the letters will say. When he opens the...

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