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We Chapter Summary & Analysis - Records 15-18 Summary

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Records 15-18 Summary

At Integral's dock, the Second Builder reports to that yesterday workers find and turn in a non-numbered male. Under direct supervision of the Well-Doer, the experienced doctors of Operation Department extract confessions using the Gas Bell, an improved version of an apparatus once used by physicists on rats. Five centuries previously, when the Department begins, fools liken it to the Inquisition, which is like comparing surgeons with cutthroats, since both use blades. Thinking about I-330 and finding life good, D-503 flusters his assistant and then recalls that until recently he too finds imagination offensive. The exquisite glass body of Integral is nearly complete. True to the Taylor system, humanized machines and mechanized humans work as one. When the Second Builder asks again about his health, D-503 races to another area. He feels corrupt and out of place, certain to burn eternally, running, hiding. He has...

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