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Forgiveness in Families was a very deep touching story written by Alice Munro It talked about the authors mother who had gone unconscious on the bathroom floor when her brother Cam was supposed to take care of her due to she was vomiting before His sister Val which was the author had waited in the hospital hour and hour waiting for the good news from the doctor Although she didnt expect her mom would survive They havent said anything to give me hope Cam She is dying Munro 114 Cam didnt come to visit her since she was sent to the hospital After Val called him he came with a bunch of people who were the co-priests They prayed for their mother in the waiting room and it turned out that a nurse expelled them I dont know what you call working but youre not helping anybody Now Im asking you to clear out of here Excuse me Im not asking Im telling Munro 115 Val got a phone call from the doctor one day while she was sleeping The doctor said he had encouraging news He said she was much better this morning Munro 116 Val was amazed after she answered the phone She couldnt believe it Haro said Its the tension I know You build yourself up ready for something bad to happen and then when it doesnt its a queer feeling you cant feel good right away its almost like a disappointment Munro 116 Her mother got well and she never sank back She was in the hospital three weeks and then she came home and rested another three weeks Munro 117 She told everyone about her son and his friends coming to the hospital Well that boy of mine may not be much of a success at anything else but you have to admit he was a knack of saving lives Munro 117 Forgiveness in families is a mystery to me
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