Regeneration - Study Guide Part 3, Chapter 14-16 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter fourteen, Dr. Rivers has gone on leave and is visiting his brother on his chicken farm. His brother had been to the East and got malaria. Dr. Rivers suggested that he needed open air to heal, thus the chicken farm was born. Dr. Rivers does some rather profound thinking while at church and spends some time in his childhood memories. Back on the farm, things are not going so well. The farm, which was originally Dr. Rivers' idea, is barely breaking even, as feed is expensive and male help almost impossible to find and keep. One of the chickens has to be killed because it has attacked another one, and according to Dr. Rivers' brother Charles, once they get a taste for blood, they will never stop. Dr. Rivers describes the farm cat, McTavish, as "a notably morose cat"(page 151), which...

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