The Queue - Part Three, Chapters 1-4: "Document No. 3," "The Cell Network Drops," "The Night of June 18," "Sabah" Summary & Analysis

Basma Abdel Aziz
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Document No. 3 is Yehya’s medical assessment, written by Tarek himself, but with crucial words and even entire sentences redacted. Tarek reads in horror, knowing that there had once been much more detail, and unaware who has changed it. The narrator divulges that Tarek had fully intended to operate, but a colleague had shown him the regulations. Tarek had closed the wound, but before he could make a decision about a decisive operation, the government’s Zephyr Hospital had taken the patients away. The next day a military doctor had arrived to see Tarek, had demanded to see Yehya’s file, and had taken away his x-rays. The x-ray machine of Tarek’s hospital was declared broken and also taken away. Days later, Yehya had arrived, exhausted and bleeding again...

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