Wilder Girls - Chapters 15-16 Summary & Analysis

Rory Power
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Chapter 15 and Chapter 16 return to Byatt's perspective. In Chapter 15, Byatt wakes, restrained to her bed and groggy from drugs. She can see an IV bottle but is powerless to pull it out. She also discovers she cannot scream. Awhile later, she wakes again and finds Teddy in the room with her. He releases her restraints and they talk. Teddy says they dosed Byatt with another potential cure, but her body rejected it. When he goes through an excruciating flare-up, Byatt calls for help, but Teddy assures her no one is going to come. She tears the bottom of her hospital gown into strips, using them to wipe blood from Teddy's mouth. Byatt writes that she did not think Teddy would get sick. The word “sure” is his only answer to that. She writes “I'm sorry” all over her white board while he sleeps...

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