Restoration - Part 2, Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 15 Summary

A month after arriving at Whittlesea, Merivel looks back on the previous thirty days. He reports that he is now called Robert, not Sir Robert as he would have liked, but just plain Robert. He has grown skinny on the meager fare fed him, and he is now engaged in menial labor. The hospital is run by five persons, excluding Robert. Ambrose is the man in charge. He is assisted by Pearce, two sisters named Hannah and Eleanor, Edmund and the youngest worker Daniel. All are devout Quakers. Merivel finds out right away that Pearce, now called John, is quite critical of his former lifestyle and feels Merivel belongs at the hospital. Merivel is taken on a tour of the hospital, which consisted of several separate buildings. First, there is the George Fox building, housing forty men who are kept busy by using a great...

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