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Story of Hugh Franciscus Hugh Franciscus skills as a doctor are remarkable in the story of Imelda Dr Franciscus works as a Chief of Plastic Surgery and knows exactly what he is doing A man dedicated to his work as a doctor Franciscus demands exact answers to his questions He works hard to make his patients healthier He seemed to me a man of immense strength and ability p140 Until the devastating incident with Imelda Dr Franciscus had never been emotionally involved with his patients Hugh Franciscus does not have a intimate relationship with his patients with the exception of Imelda Hugh does not pause with his patients to talk about personal issues but gets straight to what purpose they are there for and what he is going to have to do Franciscus walks in asks the patients about the problem does something about it and leaves When Imelda refuses to show Dr Franciscus her wound she is very ashamed Franciscus feels a little sympathy a promises to fix the lip for Imelda He tells her Tomorrow I will fix your lip Manana p143 She dies because of a bad reaction with the anesthetic medicine Dr Franciscus feels miserable He cannot accept the fact that she died after he had a chance to fix what was wrong Dr Franciscus likes to get his work done correctly and quickly with the absence of any bond with his patients He moves from patient to patient without affection for the patients He does not want to be touched by them p140 He would continue in his work in a steady fashion if not for Imelda Hugh must have been awed by the sight of this girl p143 With the small act of concealment he was determined to fix her lip He already had developed a mental relationship with Imelda He told himself that he would fix this girls lip
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