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Then one day he would be struck down by illness or accident, and die slowly or quickly.Amiel Weekes, not yet near the end of his life, but elderly, lived on the south side of the village overlooking the sea and the woods. Old Uncle Jonathan came to mortise posts and set fence.In the cold weather there are no old men on the streets.Now that the warm weather has come, a few old men have appeared, but we see them only in the centre of the town, walking a short distance along a sidewalk to enter a shop or standing at a street crossing. Another is bone thin and totters, swaying to one side, resting a hand against whatever bit of wall is nearby, or leaning far back to open a shop door.One of them, fine-featured, neatly dressed, who walks briskly, with a vigorous step, mutters to himself about his men and what work they will be doing today.He stops to tell us that he must be up early in the morning – to get down to the factory.Another old man, before the doctor’s father, used to walk past our house. He wore a tam-o’-shanter at an angle on his handsome head. He had lived in the town all his life, unlike the doctor’s father, and he would stop to tell us where the sidewalks used to be and who had died a violent death, in which house. Another old man, once a week, would stand dressed in a suit and overcoat by his gate, in polished formal shoes.He was out early, waiting to be picked up by his son.
In a village we have read about, two hundred years ago, an old man would live out his days, whatever his condition, either in his own home or in the home of a relative or perhaps another person paid to accommodate him.We see these old men on the streets of our town, and we see others in a nursing home, where they have been left by their families.The nursing home is itself like a little town, with its own chapel, barbershop, gift shop, and community meeting room like a town hall.They are good friends and are affectionate with each other, though the roommate has more of his wits about him than the professor.The roommate enjoys his visits from his family, but does not like to leave his room.