Hocus Pocus - Chapter Twenty-Four Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twenty-Four Summary

Eugene remembers how Jack Patton once heard a chaplain tell a congregation of soldiers that there were no atheists in a foxhole. Jack Patton snickered and whispered to Eugene that there was a preacher who had never been to the front line of combat where men were actually dying. Eugene remembers how he ran into Pamela one night drinking wine near a tombstone for an old couple from a hundred years' previous existence in the valley. She thanks Eugene for being a part of her happiness while she has been at the college, however meager her allowance of it. He remembers another lover, Zuzu, and how she had been disappointed in him because despite their passionate affair, Eugene didn't marry her and take her away to Venice like he always promised in the bed. Eugene remembers how a professor at the...

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