What Dreams May Come: A Novel - Chapters 20 - 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 20 - 21 Summary

20. This Dismaying Connection

Chris sees his father in Summerland, but because they were not close in life, they are not close in their afterlife. Chris also relates to Robert how their Aunt Vera and Uncle Eddy are no longer together, reflecting their lives on earth. Chris is realizing that there is so much more than what the limited human mind can conceive.

21. The Return of Nightmare

Albert's friends and acquaintances agree to help create a connection with Ann, yet throughout the process Chris continues to feel apprehension about Ann. Chris and Albert talk about how there cannot be direct communication between the inhabitants of Summerland and those of earth, but only those born with the gift or the most advanced psychics are able to handle it. Albert proposes a thought relay to see if they can somehow touch Ann. During the music and light show...

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