Running with Scissors - Chapter 14: Toilet Bowl Readings Summary & Analysis

Augusten Burroughs
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Chapter 14: Toilet Bowl Readings Summary and Analysis

As Dr. Finch's theories become more outlandish, Augusten seems to begin to question the health of his current living situation. When Dr. Finch begins to see divine messages in his bowel movements, Augusten realizes that the doctor himself seems somewhat crazy. In fact, only Hope supports the doctor's latest theory and dutifully preserves the messages from the toilet.

Natalie Finch becomes worried that, if news of this turn in her father's studies gets out, she will not get into Smith College, as she hoped. Ironically, she does not worry that her own lack of study habits would be the actual deterrent. Agnes sweeps compulsively to deal with the stress of her odd household, though she does little in improving the filthy house.

After this episode passes, Natalie encourages Augusten to write down the crazy antics...

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