What Dreams May Come: A Novel - Study Guide Chapters 5 - 6 Summary & Analysis

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5. My Presence is Invalid

Ann agrees to a séance with Perry, although reluctantly. Chris enters his house and Ann is there with his son Richard and the psychic, Perry. Perry immediately sees Chris when the dog alerts them to Chris's presence. Ann is resistant to Perry's words, his claims that he can actually see Chris. Chris tries to approach Ann slowly, knowing her stubbornness. Perry tries very hard to be persuasive, telling Ann that he cannot read her mind; only what he sees is what he shares with them. Ann turns bitter. She wants to know that Chris is still alive in some form, but she does not believe in any sort of life after death. Ann insists Chris is not there because she just cannot see him, it does not matter to her what Perry sees. The effort to Chris, to try to...

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