Then We Came to the End - Enter a New Century, Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Carl begins acting strangely by staying late to clean the office furniture at the agency and shields his eyes from the office lighting with a legal pad when in meetings. Occasionally he would leave meetings to sprint down the hall and he eventually covers his office windows with black construction paper. Lynn visits Carl in his office and suggests that he see a doctor for his vision problem and Carl says he is better now and no longer thinking about suicide. Lynn is taken aback and questions Carl who says that one of the reasons that Carl wanted to kill himself is so that his wife would find his body. Lynn tries to comfort Carl and asks Carl what has changed that makes him no longer consider suicide and Carl says that he is taking medication, neglecting to mention that...

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