The Testament of Mary - Pages 1-12 Summary & Analysis

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In The Testament of Mary, Mary begins her narration by describing the way two men approach and question her. The men are frustrated that Mary seems unable to answer their questions. In reality, she remembers everything. Mary senses their impatience with her. The men who question her are also the ones who take care of her. While she helps them as much as she can, Mary refuses to say anything that she does not know to be the truth.

One of the men, the one whom Mary says stayed with her to the end, has a slightly better attitude. He writes down the stories of what happened, but he refuses to read them to her. Mary knows that he is including things in his letters that he did not witness.

Mary remembers one of the men who had played dice near the crosses...

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