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The Illustrated Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Epilogue Summary

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Epilogue Summary

At midnight, the Illustrated Man is still sleeping, but the narrator has seen all of the stories. He looks at the one jumbled tattoo and sees his own face, then jumps up and runs away. He saw the Illustrated Man strangling him.

Epilogue Analysis

The Illustrated Man reveals himself through his final tattoo as a murderer. Perhaps life with his tattoos has driven him insane. The narrator barely escapes, heading off into the nighttime with the knowledge of the Illustrated Man's stories.

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