“Mr. Glassman, can you hear me?”
Bernie, lying in bed, stares intently at the doctor.
“Can you raise your right hand, Mr. Glassman?”
Nothing moves. Dr. Glassman, I think numbly. He’s a mathematician; it should be Dr. Glassman.
“Can you say something, Mr. Glassman?”
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