To the End of the Land - Section 7: The Walk, pages 321-459 Summary & Analysis

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Section 7: The Walk, pages 321-459 Summary

When he came home, Ilan began educating Adam and taught him to speak. While Avram was in an induced coma, Ora would read him letters that he had written to her in hopes that his own words would penetrate and rouse him. Avram began writing to Ora the day after their last night together in isolation, and he always interjected something about Ilan because he was convinced Ora loved Ilan. When Avram started writing about his love for Ora, she confessed to loving Ilan who insisted to Avram that he did not return her feelings. After Avram was hospitalized for jumping from a tree to prove his indifference to separating his body and soul, Ora wrote that he would always be her soul mate and she could not imagine life without him, and in response...

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