Mutation - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Robin Cook
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Epilogue Summary

The epilogue takes place approximately one year later. Marsha sits in her practice waiting for her next client. She thinks about Victor, VJ and David. She remembers the day that the lab was destroyed, and recalls how Victor and VJ were never found. She also remembers that the four developing fetuses were never found.

Her clients then enter the office, and she meets for the first time Josephine Steinberger, and her daughter Judith. Josephine explains that Judith is mentally slow and became pregnant a few years ago when a boy had paid her money to "put his little tube in her" (p. 335.) Josephine mistaken believes this to be a reference to sexual intercourse.

Josephine then explains the problem is Judith's baby, who is also present. She says the baby is incredibly intelligent and impossible to control.

Marsha looks at the one-year-old child who...

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