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Unformatted text preview: different stage in his life. Ultimately, he grows sick of always meeting himself (or herself), referring to his other entities as zombies. This loss of freewill coupled with a cyclic existence leads the protagonist to drinking himself to a state of solemn acceptance of his life (a drink which he ironically won from a bet he made with himself). Nothing is new to him. His life becomes a headache to him and he takes medicine to address the pain but it makes his other versions disappear. Alone, he finds himself miserable and the only apparent escape for his suffering is suicide. As such, he resigns from his existence and crawls into bed....
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- Fall '04