Quichotte - Chapters 14 – 16 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 14, the narrative focuses on Brother and his son (whom the narration refers to only as Son.) Brother has not contacted his son for several years. A few years ago, Son dropped out of college and went to live with his mother. Son’s mother is Brother’s ex-wife, and the narration refers to her as Ex-Wife. One day, Son suddenly left Ex-Wife’s house to live on his own. Brother views Sancho as a parallel for Son, and HT as a parallel for Sister. Brother realizes that he wishes to reestablish his familial relationships with Son and Sister. One day, Brother is contacted by an FBI agent who says that they recently arrested Son for working with a ‘hacktivist’ group similar to Anonymous. The agent asks Brother to help persuade Son to work for the government. Brother agrees to help, for it...

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