Water for Elephants - Chapters 13-14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13-14 Summary

Elderly Jacob wakes in the assisted-living center, unaware he was even asleep. He is sitting in his wheelchair in the hallway and decides he wants to move to the window so he can look down on the circus. However, before he can climb to a standing position behind his walker, the nurse comes over and insists on pushing him in his chair. Jacob attempts to be nice by agreeing. Once settled by the window, though, Jacob wants his walker in case he decides to go for a walk later. The nurse refuses to bring it until Jacob makes such a fuss that Rosemary comes to see what is going on. Rosemary insists the nurse bring the walker to Jacob. Later Rosemary takes Jacob to the dining room for lunch. Jacob attempts to refuse to sit at his regular table because the retired lawyer is there...

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