March - Part Two, Chapter Fourteen: Blank Hospital Summary & Analysis

Geraldine Brooks
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Part Two, Chapter Fourteen: Blank Hospital Summary

In chapter fourteen, the narration switches to Marmee March's perspective as she contemplates her emotion at saying goodbye to her husband when he left for the war. She thinks about these things as she sits next to March's bedside at the hospital where he is recovering from the latest onset of his saddleback fever. When she arrived, she admits to the reader, she did not recognize him he was so emaciated and delirious. She had received a telegraph about March's condition only the day before and immediately set out with Mr. Brooke, a young neighbor, to the Union hospital. Her daughters had send letters of encouragement and love for their father, determined to prove their emotional strength. When Marmee arrived at the hospital, she immediately went to find Surgeon Hale, the man who had dispatched the telegraph...

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