Wieland; and Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist - Chapters XXVI & XXVII Summary & Analysis

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Chapters XXVI & XXVII Summary

As Chapter XXVI begins, Wieland is about to kill Clara when a loud voice orders him to stop. Clara recognizes that the command must have come from Carwin. Wieland, still confused, does not. Carwin's voice commands Wieland to throw off his madness and accept that he must take responsibility for his acts. Wieland appeals to God, latching on to the seed of doubt provided by Carwin's voice and Carwin affirms that God has never issued him any commands. Wieland collapses in sorrow. Clara, seeing the full effect that his return of sanity has brought, wishes for death to free him from his torment. Clara has dropped the knife and Wieland grants her wish, seizing the blade and plunging it into his neck. Wieland dies at Clara's feet. Carwin reenters Clara's room and reaffirms his innocence in the murders, though...

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