Fortunate Son - Part 2, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Lewis Burwell Puller Jr.
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Part 2, Chapter 7 Summary

Upon arriving at their rented bungalow in Williamsburg, Lewis realized he needs some time to adjust to life outside the hospital before starting law school. He arranged to delay his admission to the school until the following January. For the first few months, he was a virtual prisoner in his own home, unable to navigate the obstacles which most people handle routinely. His drinking habits increased and he fell into black moods which would only improve after he began his classes. In the meantime, Lewis ordered a new pair of artificial legs with the latest advances in hydraulic knees, hoping against hope the new technology would work for him. For five months he attended therapy in a VA hospital in Richmond, only to realize the new legs were as useless to him as the old. This time when he gave them...

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