Blindness - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

The doctor and the doctor's wife visit the doctor's old office. They find it completely ransacked and the doctor realizes that the ministry of health has probably seized all of his patient records. He touches his old instruments and realizes they are now completely useless. The doctor and the doctor's wife discuss the nature of the white sickness. They then make their way back home. On the journey, they pass through a large public square where numerous speakers espouse particular and strange viewpoints. The doctor's wife notes that none of the speakers are commenting on the nature of organization and the doctor muses that perhaps organization is discussed in another square.

On the trip home, they pass numerous corpses; it becomes evident that most people are on the brink of starvation. They once again stop by the house of the girl with dark glasses where they discover...

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