The Parisian - Chapters 5 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Isabella Hammad
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In Chapter 5, Midhat had become quite delusional since finding Jeannette’s letter, and he was checked into the hospital in Nablus where he remained for a long period of time. His thoughts exhibited a significant break with reality. Teta came to visit, and Midhat’s thoughts moved through random memories from his life. One day, they decided to move him to a British psychiatric hospital in Bethlehem, where they thought he could get better care. When Fatima came to visit him, she seemed to be angry, and when Midhat remarked about her veil, she explained that there was another uprising led by the peasants in opposition to the Jewish settlers. Just before leaving for Bethlehem, Midhat though he saw Doctor Molineu on the veranda, but it was only a hallucination.

Once in Bethlehem, Midhat was quickly switched from a psych ward to a...

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