A Scanner Darkly - Chapter 14 (pages 239-263) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 (pages 239-263) Summary

At New-Path, a staff member named George instructs Arctor on how to clean the bathrooms. George calls Arctor Bruce, and Bruce does not correct him. George asks Bruce whether he likes animals, and he suggests that Bruce may be transferred to a farm. Later, Bruce sits in the lounge drinking coffee while other residents discuss what it would feel like to be dead but still have sight.

During Concept Time, the New-Path residents discuss concepts put forth by staff members. The concepts include Living and unloving things are exchanging properties, The drive of unloving things is stronger than the drive of living things, Activity does not necessarily mean life, and Motion that is circular is the deadest form of the universe.

Bruce is still going through withdrawal. He asks for cold medication, but there are no chemicals allowed at...

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