Goodbye to All That - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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The 1957 revision of the text included an epilogue. The original text was written in 1929 when Graves was thirty-three years old. In the intervening twenty-eight years, Graves feels that little of import has transpired in his life. He moved to Majorca, Spain, where he lived until the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War in 1936. He then moved around Europe and the United States of America for three years and then passed World War II living in England. After the war, he returned to Majorca. Three of his children joined the Armed Forces during World War II, with one of them being killed in action. Graves volunteered for infantry service during World War II but his offer was declined. Eventually, Graves and Nicholson divorced. Graves re-married and had four more children. He closes the text by noting that Majorca, once rural and wonderful, had lately been discovered...

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