Doomsday Book - Chapters Ten through Sixteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Ten through Sixteen Summary

Kivrin rouses, realizing that she's been very ill and watches a woman, who will soon be identified as Eliwys, painting wax onto a piece of cloth covering a window. Kivrin recognizes it as a practice of the time period when there were few options for window coverings. Kivrin can't understand the language being spoken and knows the interpreter isn't working. She considers that a fall or the fever might have damaged it and hopes it will begin working in time. There's an older woman in the room as well, and the two women help Kivrin to use the chamber pot. She is so weak she can't stand without help. Then two little girls run into the room—Eliwys's daughters, Agnes and Rosemund, and Kivrin worries that they will be exposed to whatever infection she has but...

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