Journey to the East - Study Guide Part III Summary & Analysis

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Despite the difficulty in telling the story of the Journey, H.H. vows to keep trying. Making this vow makes him happy just as making his first vow to the League does. Like then, he feels he is promising to complete something that may be impossible, but this makes it seem all the more important that he does complete it. Even if he has to start over a hundred times, he intends to tell his story. If he cannot connect all his memories into one meaningful narrative, then he will describe all the events individually. All the while, he says, he will not be ruled by reason in his task, but by faith.

H.H. turns to his old school friend, Lukas, for help in telling his story. Lukas is a journalist, and has also written a book about his experiences in the World War...

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