Appointment in Samarra - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Julian's neighbor finds him, after he realizes he has been listening to Julian's car run for half an hour. He calls Dr. English, who pronounces his son dead. Dr. English feels crushed and fears his wife might have a nervous breakdown, when the shock wears off. He begins to plan a trip for her and decides that he will recommend one to Caroline and her mother, too. He will also offer to pay Caroline's way, even though he knows she probably will not accept. He feels confident, though, that people will see that what he refers to as the "suicide strain" has skipped a generation.

When William tells Caroline that Julian is dead, she explodes with anger and grief, accusing her mother and Dr. English of causing his suicide. The next morning, she begins to miss Julian, as she knows she always will...

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