Hiroshima - Panic Grass and Feverfew Summary & Analysis

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Panic Grass and Feverfew Summary and Analysis

Chapter 4 was the original final chapter of the text. It focuses on a longer period following the detonation, extending beyond the initial week considered through Chapter 3. Because of this, it is less strictly chronological than the preceding chapters. Although many of the experiences are attributed to one individual or another, they are very general in nature and were probably experienced by most or all survivors. For example, Kleinsorge makes daily foot visits into the center of the city from the suburban locale in which he takes up residence. He observes the extensive destruction, often sees bodies or other scenes of calamity, witnesses public postings of relatives searching for each other, and is amazed at how quickly lush, green vegetation springs to life all over the shattered remains of the city. He experiences this all with...

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