“Unseen – Unfeared” by Francis Stevens: Plot and Key Events Essay

In the end, finding comfort in the idea that it was only a dream, Jenkins and Blaisdell approach the exit when the latter realizes that he could not mistake the portrait of Doc Holt for the chemist who was already dead. The reason for this conclusion was the fact that he saw him in the hall, which was impossible when relying on the explanation given by Jenkins. Blaisdell shares this thought, and the characters return to the laboratory in order to destroy the white membrane so that no one can see the monsters again. As a result, they select doubt over certainty and prefer to look on the bright side rather than trying to find the evil in humanity.

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