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Look Homeward, Angel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, Chapter 13 Summary

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Part 1, Chapter 13 Summary

Until his eleventh or twelfth year, Eugene frequently travels with his mother to Florida and Arkansas in search of a cure for her Bright's disease and still sleeps with her. She is called to South Carolina to help Daisy at the time of the birth of her first grandchild, but mother and daughter quarrel, and Eliza and Eugene soon leave. The following winter she takes him to New Orleans.

Soon after their return, Gant, drinking again, suffers an attack of inflammatory rheumatism. He and Helen depart for Hot Springs for treatment. Letters describing the good life in Hot Springs add a new dimension to Eugene's horizon. Gant praises Helen's goodness and help, tells about the expenses of the journey, the hotels and wealth, and the life they are seeing, which infuriates Eliza, who vows to show them,. Eliza and Eugene go to Hot Springs the...

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