The Sense of an Ending - Chapter Two: the Will, the Diary, and the Formula Summary & Analysis

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In the middle of his mundane and content retired existence, Tony receives letter from the estate of Sarah Ford. He had been left 500 pounds and two documents. He sent in his necessary paperwork and attempted to remember anything regarding why he would deserve this moment, but he really can't. In fact, he had erased Veronica from his memory. He has imagined a life with Annie, and a longer one with Margaret but never with Veronica. He admits that his fantasies are never very much different than his real life, he's just not strange enough to do so. He reads the first document, a half-hearted explanation for this gift, the second document is still with Veronica. He flashes back to a conversation with his wife about the two types of women: straightforward and mysterious. Tony said he...

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