Journey to the End of the Night - Section 22 Summary & Analysis

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Section 22 Summary

This section begins with the phrase, "Tania woke me up in the room..."

One day, when passing through Rancy, Bardamu stops out of curiosity. Bardamu pays the Henrouilles a visit and finds Monsieur Henrouille dying of heart failure. Bardamu advises the wife to remove his dental plate, so he can breathe easier, but her husband had already flushed it down the toilet. The wife is irritated, because the plate was part gold and quite valuable.

The Abbot Protiste unexpectedly returns with the money owed Bardamu for his help in setting Robinson and Grandma Henrouille in the crypt-show business in Toulouse, a city in the south of France. It seems that Grandma Henrouille delights in talking to the tourists, while Robinson has become engaged to one of the local girls. Out of a sense of duty, as well as of morbid curiosity, Bardamu pays...

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