Doomsday Book - Chapters Five through Nine Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Five through Nine Summary

Dunworthy begins dealing with the problems of quarantine, including angry people who want to leave the city and the arrival of the mother of a student, William Gaddson, who is overbearing and certain that "her William" is going to fall ill. William is willing to run errands for Dunworthy for the duration of the quarantine by threatening to have William's mother room with William.

In chapter six, Kivrin tries to move her wagon and other possessions nearer the road so she'll be discovered by a passerby but realizes she's very sick. In chapter seven, a medic isolated with Dunworthy's group poses the question as to whether the virus could have come through the net, which Dunworthy says is impossible. Dunworthy and the others are soon released from the hospital, though they can't leave the city and are...

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