What Dreams May Come: A Novel - Study Guide Chapters 28 - 30 Summary & Analysis

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28. Where Ann Now Stayed

There is no one place called Hell. Hell really is an existence in a vacuum where the damned can only ponder matters that are not spiritual. Chris and Albert walk across the barren plains toward a ridge of low hills. Albert is certain that Ann is there. Strangely, Chris recognizes his home and yet he knows that it is not his home. After warning Chris just how difficult it will be to convince Ann and to resist despair, Albert leaves Chris to approach his wife alone.

29. To Reach Her Soul

As he approaches the house, Chris realizes that the house is isolated, there is no neighborhood. A snake crosses the driveway in front of him and disappears into the grass. The bushes are dead, brown and dying. Chris feels the weight of Ann's despair in the atmosphere and reminds himself to...

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