Unformatted text preview: bad. She wants blood, and blood she must have or die. My friend John and I have consulted; and we are about to perform what we call transfusion of blood – to transfer from full veins of one to the empty veins which pine for him. John was to give his blood, as he is the more young and strong than me, but, now you are here, you are more good than us, old or young, who toil much in the world of thought. Our nerves are not so calm and our blood not so bright than yours!” The men are in charge of scientific and superstitious treatment of Lucy, including who gives her blood and garlic to adorn her room....
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course ENGL 109 taught by Professor Bruner during the Fall '05 term at Kansas.
- Fall '05