The House of God - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Samuel Shem
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Chapter 13 Summary

Roy is back in the EW during its busiest season. He's verbally abused by Abe who is upset that Roy is Jewish. He's abused by patients who keep coming in and bothering him with complaints that are years old. He sees so many patients, he can barely function. He is woozy from stress when he goes with Berry to see Handel's Messiah. Berry tells him he's dissociative and that he must be depressed. The policemen are saying he's become paranoid.

Roy decides the EW is just one abusive patient after another. He talks with Berry about all that he's going through. She's determined to keep their relationship going at all costs. He toys with the idea of becoming a psychiatrist. He goes to a party at the Leggo's house. He doesn't have a good time but she gets drunk anyway.

Potts' father dies...

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