Goodbye to All That - Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Graves and T. E. Lawrence developed a sincere and deep friendship. Both veterans of the war, they tacitly agreed to never speak of the war and instead focused on literature and common social circles. Graves recounts several anecdotes about Lawrence. On one occasion, Lawrence introduced Graves to Ezra Pound.

Graves and Nicholson went riding one day and visited their acquaintance, Thomas Hardy. They spent a pleasant afternoon discussing society and literature and then stayed for the night, departing in the morning. Later, Nicholson decided to open a shop and, for six months, they did a brisk business in groceries and goods. Graves again contracted influenza, however, and the economy began to collapse. Soon enough, the shop was closed and the stock liquidated. Nicholson's father paid off some of the debt and Lawrence allowed Graves to serially publish his forthcoming book and use the profits to...

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