The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy - Volume 2 Summary & Analysis

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Tristam makes good with his promise, continuing with the theme of his Uncle Toby. He explains that his father gave Toby a room in his house while he recovered from his groin injury. Tristram's father brought many friends and acquaintances to the house to inquire about the battle and Toby's injury. Unfortunately, the battle was so complex that Toby finds it impossible to recount his tale accurately. In the end he decides that knowing where and how he became injured is an important part of his recovery. He buys a map and uses it to plan out all his old battles. Toby becomes so obsessed that he reads countless books, studying such facts as the projectile of a cannonball.

Toby goes about his new hobbyhorse with little thought to his injury, but feeling more alive, he suddenly decides he has to get better...

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