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Cold Fire by Dean Koontz > 4. Significance of I, MY and ME

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message 1: by Carol (last edited Jun 16, 2016 12:20PM) (new)

Carol (cajonesdoa) | 690 comments Mod
4. Holly questions THE FRIEND far and deep about Jim while he is out of the room. All the answers continue to be too predictable to believe, and it finally answers her nagging with threats and then, most shockingly, with the words “I,” “MY,” and, “ME.” What significance does that have?

Modified question - sorry!!!


message 2: by Chelsea (new)

Chelsea | 562 comments That's how she figured out the multiple personality thing with Jim. Though I'm still confused at how she came up with that conclusion based on the facts.


message 3: by Pam (new)

Pam | 218 comments Have no idea! This is actually when I began disliking the book...an average journalist could not diagnose and/or cure/control someone with such significant personality disorder. For me it was completely unbelievable.


message 4: by Carol (new)

Carol (cajonesdoa) | 690 comments Mod
Sorry this one is a little hard to compute and make sense of. Chelsea, I'm quite sure you are on the right track. Can't you see how multiple personalities are plausible with this preface. Seems clear and easy to understand from here and what we've read.


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