Blindness - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

The man with the black eye-patch withheld his radio from payment to the thugs. He decides, however, to keep the radio as secret as possible so he therefore listens to it only on low volume and in secret. He then spreads the news he gleans by word of mouth and as the news is relayed from person to person, it becomes distorted or exaggerated. One day the news announcer stops mid-sentence and announces he, too, has gone blind. The station then goes off the air and another station cannot be found.

The doctor's wife considers a pair of scissors that she has in her possession. They are long are very sharp and she seems fascinated with their keen edge and sharp points. She hides the scissors by hanging them on a nail high on the wall in plain sight. One day she sneaks through the mental hospital...

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