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They are ephemeral like ether, inescapably tangible (“mounds of organs”), and memorably dying stars that will be extinguished even as their light still reaches us. Implacably, the narrator chronicles each devastating stage of the patients’ decline until, at last, in this most awful hide-and-seek game, they “lose themselves” despite the student’s sorrow, despite all her medical knowledge, her accumulation of numbers that are supposedly definitive but ultimately powerless, and above all despite her desire to save them.
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