Wolf in White Van - Section2, Chapters 15 and 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 – Sean describes how, in the days and weeks before he left the hospital, a series of meetings (“discharge conferences”) took place. These meetings assessed his physical health, his mental / emotional state, and how he envisioned himself functioning in the world after he left. He describes his mother’s tearful concern for him, and her eventual confession that she was worried he would be lonely. His response: “I was going to be lonely anyway.” Contemplations of his answer lead him to reminiscences of how Lance took charge of his and Carrie’s gameplay; how some of Lance’s choices changed how Sean thought of the game; how Lance tended to sign his letters with a personal note; and how one of which triggered, in Sean, “a terrible thought, which [he was] ashamed to have had, and which [he] will probably never able...

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