White Noise - Book 3: Chapter 37 - Chapter 40 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3: Chapter 37 - Chapter 40 Summary

Jack and Murray start walking around campus and talking again, but this conversation takes the rest of the afternoon and has practical consequences, as Jack says. They discuss death and Jack asks why he is so worried about death when his entire life, he has done everything possible to avoid death. Jack says that he wants to have accomplished everything he can in life before he encounters death. Murray suggests that Jack get around the fear of death by concentrating on the life beyond. Together, they walk to the supermarket. Murray suggests that you can put off death by killing someone else. Through plotting, you can control your death and increase your life. Plotting is how you advance the art of human consciousness. Finally, you have to learn to say goodbye to yourself. Jack tells Babette that...

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