Wise Blood - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

Enoch wakes up with a feeling that something important is about to happen. He knows a secret and knows that this is the day he will be able to show it to someone – he knows this "by his blood." He works his shift at the gate of the park and then enters the park far his daily routine: visiting the swimming pool (not to swim, but to secretly watch the women), going to the Frosty Bottle, visiting the zoo, and finally, there. He knows something is special about his "mystery." He had sensed that the park was the heart of the city, so he established himself there. This mystery was the heart of the park, and everyday he visited it. The mystery is out in public in a glass case with a card telling about it, but Enoch knows – senses – something about it...

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