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Suttree Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 448 - 471 Summary

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Pages 448 - 471 Summary

Spring has come but Suttree did not go to the river. He has spent his money and is served with an eviction notice. He begins to bleed and develops a fever so high that his vision and mind is unclear. A tenants finds him in the communal bathroom on the floor. He is delirious, vomiting blood and having strange nightmares. J-Bone finds him and tries to get a cabbie to help him into a cab. The cabbie thinks Suttree is terribly drunk and J-Bone does not deny it, but when blood flows from Suttree's backside, the cabbie leaves. J-Bone gets another cabdriver and gets Suttree to the hospital. Having bizarre dreams and half-memories, he thinks he is dying or that he is perhaps already dead. They pack him with ice and give him morphine, and Suttree imagines a court trial wherein he is a dead...

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