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Blindness Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 2 Summary

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Chapter 2 Summary

The thief leaves the first man's apartment and steals the first man's automobile. The thief begins a long drive to the garage where the stolen automobile will be processed. The thief becomes nervous and agitated and he concentrates on his driving in an attempt to avoid suspicious behavior. After some time the thief is so nervous he pulls the car to the side of the road and gets out for a brief respite. As he stands on the site of the road near the stolen automobile, the thief suddenly goes blind.

Elsewhere the doctor treats his remaining patients as he considers the first man's inexplicable blindness. That evening the doctor goes home and spends some time consulting the medical literature about blindness but is not able to discover anything similar. The doctor speaks with his wife, known only as "the doctor's wife," about the first...

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