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Fever 1793 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14 Summary

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Chapter 14 Summary

Mattie wakes two days later and discovers she is in some type of hospital. She slips in and out of consciousness for several days. She finally becomes mentally alert enough to learn that her grandfather has transported her to Bush Hill Hospital in Philadelphia. She finds herself under the care of Mrs. Flagg, a hospital volunteer. Mattie is at first alarmed because Bush Hill has a reputation for being a filthy place where people are sent to die. She quickly learns, however, that Bush Hill has been completely refurbished by a wealthy local citizen and it is now the finest medical facility still operating in Philadelphia. Over the next several days, Mattie recovers from yellow fever while her grandfather occasionally visits and flirts with Mrs. Flagg.

Mattie eventually learns that her mother's location is unknown - the coffeehouse is vacant and locked up, and none of the...

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