The Great Divorce - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Suddenly everything has changed. The narrator sees a great assembly of huge forms, all of them motionless and quiet. They are standing around a small silver table and are very interested in the little chess-like figures on the table. The figures move around on the table, and each figure shows the acts of one of the giant figures. The silver table is Time, and those who stand and watch are the souls of those same people.

The narrator asks MacDonald if all that he has seen, all of the conversations between Bright People and ghosts, has been false. MacDonald explains that the conversations were choices made on earth but seen through a different lens. He also informs the narrator that this is all a dream, that he has not died yet, and that he shouldn't go about talking about all that he has...

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