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Goodbye to All That Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 29 Summary

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Chapter 29 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 29 Graves returns to somewhat autobiographical elements but intersperses them with anecdotes of local life and amusing historical facts about Islip—the town in which he lived for several years.

Graves and Nicholson continued to live together. He started playing football with a team in the town, routinely assisted homeless ex-soldiers, and assisted in raising his children. Graves' second daughter, Catherine, was born in 1922 and his fourth and last child, a son named Sam, was born in 1924. Graves lightly participated in local politics and spent his time at school, and writing and publishing poetry. He gives a brief but rather tedious recounting of a Parish Council meeting discussion in which he participated.

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