Invitation to a Beheading - Chapter Fourteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Fourteen Summary

The sounds in the walls are nearly upon Cincinnatus that night, and he anticipates the arrival of his rescuer at any moment. In the morning, when Rodion comes in, some rustling is still audible. Emmie takes advantage of Rodion's entry to rush in and hide until he leaves. She playfully attacks Cincinnatus and cuddles up to him. Then, she tells Cincinnatus that she plans to rescue him the following day. She says that they should run off and be married.

Cincinnatus asks for details of the rescue plan, and Emmie whispers in his ear, but he cannot make out anything that she says. He begins to fall asleep with Emmie still crawling over him, and Rodion comes to take her away. The sounds start up again, even though it's daylight.

In the evening, M'sieur Pierre comes to visit again. He smokes...

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