Collected Short Stories Volume Three - Study Guide Sanatorium Summary & Analysis

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In this story Ashenden deviates from his usual stories about the spy business and writes instead about the people that he meets during his time in a tuberculosis sanatorium. Once Ashenden is well enough to get out of bed, he is taken to the veranda of the hospital where he begins to meet a few of his fellow inmates. Ashenden is introduced by his nurse to Mr. McLeod, one of the two men who have been at the sanatorium the longest, and the pretty Ivy Bishop. McLeod explains he has actually begun to like being in the sanatorium. Since being there for seventeen years, he no longer feels comfortable in the outside world. Although Ivy has been told she will be well in a few months, McLeod tells her that she too should stay where she is.

Ivy smiles when she sees Major George Templeton walking toward...

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