Hideaway - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

On Wednesday, Lindsay drives Regina to school and returns home to find Hatch cleaning a pair of guns he'd bought years before for home protection. That same day, Dr. Nyebern has no regular office or surgeries scheduled. On this particular Wednesday, he's feeling introspective and spends some time thinking about his son, Jeremy. The extent of Nyebern's moral questions regarding his work in resuscitative medicine becomes clearer here. He questions whether he had the obligation to use his knowledge of resuscitation on Jeremy after he had killed his mother and sister. While he admits that his duty as a doctor is to save lives, Nyebern wonders whether he was obligated to save the person who murdered his beloved wife and daughter. On that point, he admits that his desire to save Jeremy was fueled at least partly by the need to ask him...

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