Dreams of My Russian Summers - Chapters 14 & 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 14 & 15 Summary

The narrator spends twenty years in France after leaving his grandmother, Charlotte, for the last time. He receives very little news from Saranza. The narrative jumps twenty years into the future, when the narrator has just quit his job at the radio station and wanders around France without purpose. He quickly runs out of money and considers suicide. While he is wandering through town hoping to die, it begins to rain and the narrator seeks shelter in a family tomb in the cemetery. He lies down with his head resting on a velvet prie-dieu, and feels comfort. He spends days living in the tomb, even calling it "home" at one point, leaving only to scrounge for bread and to wash. He feels himself descending into madness, and he wanders the streets, paranoid, sure someone is following him. When he turns around, he sees...

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