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Look Homeward, Angel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 14 Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 14 Summary

Ben is still working for the newspaper, and a squadron of boys deliver for him. Ben is twenty years old. This chapter gives a vignette of the people who live and work in Altamont through conversations with people Ben works for and with and others who are having breakfast at a lunch room, including Dr. McGuire, a drunk; Horse Hines, the undertaker; Coker, a lung specialist; and young Dr. Jefferson Spaugh. Ben also describes several residences in the town, including that of the Presbyterian minister.

Part 2, Chapter 14 Analysis

This novel is sometimes likened to James Joyce in using "stream of consciousness" techniques, and this chapter is a good example of this. "Stream of consciousness" is the capturing of a flow of impressions, not necessarily arranged logically, but reproducing what goes on in the mind normally. The novel includes many aspects of...

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