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Blindness Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14 Summary

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Chapter 14 Summary

In the morning, the doctor's wife selects new clothing for all of the characters and they travel further into the city as a group. The blind characters ask questions and the doctor's wife answers them to the best of her ability. She describes the city as vacant and full of filth. The group proceeds to the home of the girl with dark glasses. Her parents are no longer in the building but one gaunt old woman remains. She has survived by eating cabbages and the raw flesh of rabbits that she has harvested from a small garden plot. She tells the girl with dark glasses that her parents were taken away after they went blind. The doctor's wife shares some food with the gaunt old woman and the group then spends the night in the girl with dark glasses' apartment.

The doctor's wife feels responsible for the...

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