God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, or, Pearls Before Swine - Study Guide Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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"Everything went black for Eliot, as black as what lay beyond the ultimate rim of the universe. And then he awoke to find himself sitting on the flat rim of a dry fountain" (Chap. 14, p. 255). Eliot recognizes his surroundings. It is the garden of the private mental hospital when he used to visit Sylvia. He accepts the fact that there had been no firestorm as he had imagined when he arrived in Indianapolis.

Across from him, seated on a bench, are four men in business suits. Eliot recognizes his father. He also recognizes the doctor, Dr. Brown, and McAllister. He doesn't recognize the fourth man. He later learns that the man is Kilgore Trout. They are trying to find something that they can use in the court case regarding Eliot's sanity.

He looks at a paper that tells of his sanity hearing and about Fred Rosewater being...

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