Valis - Study Guide Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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The media soon forget Sophia's death as new tragedies occur. The world goes on. Phil thinks about his own death and Fat returns, declaring that Sophia should have anticipated and prevented the accident. Fat decides to go to India to find the one who dies - whichever one that might now mean. Phil tells him bluntly to drop the idea of a Fifth Savior, denies that there has ever been a Zebra, and declares Fat to be as stupid as Kevin's cat. The Savior could be anywhere in the world. Everything had pointed to Sophia until she died. Death is the true, secret name for religion. There is no more an answer for the thousands who have died in religious wars and inquisitions than for why Kevin's cat dies. God has no idea. Neither Gloria nor Sherri learns anything by dying. Fat, however, needs to keep trying...

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