The Sixteen Pleasures - Chapters 9-12 Summary & Analysis

Robert Hellenga
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Chapters 9-12 Summary

"Non Voglio Morire," Chapter 9, revolves around death. At the very beginning of the chapter Sister Agata Agape becomes ill. Margot misses her presence in the evenings. Father Francisco has apartments at the other end of the convent from the infirmary, and he makes it clear that he doesn't want to be disturbed unnecessarily. Margot heads to the infirmary to say goodbye to the dying nun. The nun says she doesn't want to die.

Margot thought that would be the last time that she would see her, however this was not the case. When it is time for Sister Gemma to visit, she is very nervous. She asks Margot to join her. After expressing concern over whether or not to call the priest, they are informed that Sister Agata said she doesn't want the priest to come. This leads to a discussion...

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