March - Part Two, Chapter Fifteen: Reunion Summary & Analysis

Geraldine Brooks
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Part Two, Chapter Fifteen: Reunion Summary

The next morning, Marmee quickly makes her way to the hospital and finds March lying in a filthy bed with an untouched bowl of soup beside him. She thinks that it is no wonder that her husband is wasting away when there are no nurses to even ensure that he is eating. She realizes that if March is to get well, she will be solely in charge of his recovery. She works quickly, stripping his bed and doing her best to clean his body, but she has no supplies. When she attempts to acquire a bowl and sponge from the rude nurse, she is once again greeted with shouts as the nurse reminds her that March is not the only sick man in the hospital. The women argue back and forth, and Marmee feels rage pounding behind her eyes...

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