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Please answer the following questions of The English Patient Chapters VI-X
a) What does the ending, in which Kip imagines a metaphysical connection with Hana, along with the story of Almasy (the English patient) and Katharine, suggest about how the novel interprets the nature of romantic love?
b) In Chapter IX, Almasy (the English patient) says, “Death means you are in the third person.” In her letter to Clara in Chapter X, we hear Hana’s voice in first person. In light of what the English patient says about third person, what might this tell us about the progress/evolution of her character?
c) The novel deals with loss and tragedy on both personal and large-scale levels. Does the novel place more importance on one, or does it treat every loss as equal? Give specific examples.
d) Post a question or observation you have about the second half of the novel.


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