The Blue Castle: A Novel - Chapter 37 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 37 Summary

Dr. Trent doesn't recognize Valancy at first. Valancy confronts him, but the doctor denies sending her that letter. Valancy shows Dr. Trent the letter and he tells Valancy that he mixed her diagnosis with another patient from the same day, Jane Sterling. The doctor examines her and deems her fit as a fiddle.

Chapter 37 Analysis

Facing death is what gave Valancy the courage to finally start living her life the way she wanted to live it. Without the death sentence form Dr. Trent, Valancy never would have experienced what she has for the past year. Ironically, Valancy's family has been right along about Dr. Trent being incompetent. While his diagnosis was correct for each woman, he switched the letters.

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