The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch - Pages 141 – 182 Summary & Analysis

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After the other colonists take Can-D, Barney decides not to do so. He then goes to speak with Anne, who also did not take Can-D. Anne talks about how much she already dislikes the colony, its surroundings, and life there. Barney finds himself developing feelings for Anne. Anne eventually decides to join the rest of the colonists by taking Can-D. Later, in conversation with Barney, Anne admits that the experience of Can-D was not very exciting or fulfilling. Moreover, the other colonists do not seem to enjoy Can-D very much anymore. Anne then informs Barney that Chew-Z is being marketed to Christians as a means of gaining eternal life even before dying. Anne feels that she will have no choice but to take Chew-Z when she has the chance. Barney and Anne go back to Anne’s hovel, and they feel an intense attraction...

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