What Dreams May Come: A Novel - Chapters 33 - 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 33 - 35 Summary

33. There is Only Death

Ann says she wants Chris to leave; Ginger wants Ann to be left alone too. Then Ann starts crying and says she wants Chris and she uses God's name, almost like a prayer. Chris sees an opening and asks Ann to tell him about her husband; he asks for height, hair color, eye color, occupation,. Finally Chris begs Ann to see him for who he really is, her husband. Her response is that her husband is dead, her children are gone, and if she had the courage she would commit suicide. "Her words horrified me. To have committed suicide and ended up in a place so dreadful that it made her think of committing suicide. A twisted, unrelenting reflection within a reflection," Chapter 33, p. 236. Finally Chris understands part of her self-inflicted punishment is to look at the world through glasses that...

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