Regeneration - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 4-5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter four opens with Dr. Rivers interviewing Anderson, who is one of the patients at Craiglockhart and a former war surgeon who not cannot stand the sight of blood. Anderson has been having nightmares and has been keeping the entire floor from getting any decent sleep.

Sassoon and Graves go to the pool for a swim and trade comments on war scars. Sassoon remembers when he was in the hospital once, and a couple of beds away there was a boy who had a "neat little hole" right between his legs. After the swim, Sassoon sees Dr. Rivers and they discuss Sassoon's father, and a comment Sassoon made about Lloyd George. In an effort to convince Sassoon to agree to go back to duty, Dr. Rivers angers Sassoon by taunting him about how safe he is at Craiglockhart, while his men are in...

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