The Hiding Place - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Corrie ten Boom
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Chapter 14 Summary and Analysis

Mien, the same women who smuggled to vitamin pills to Corrie, tells her how to get into the hospital to visit Betsie. She finally gets up the courage to sneak into the bathroom at the back of the facility. She is appalled, however, to find it filthy and stacked with dead bodies. She quickly visits Betsie and returns to work. After five days, Betsie returns to the barracks, though she never saw a doctor. She receives knitting duty in the barracks with the weakest of the women. At this time, Betsie learns there is little supervision within the barracks because of the fleas. Therefore, Betsie points out that the fleas are what make the Bible studies possible. Corrie marvels at her sister's positive spirit.

Betsie begins to dream of life after their imprisonment. She desires to open a rehabilitation home for...

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