Look Homeward, Angel - Part 2, Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 19 Summary

Gant is sixty-five now, and his age is showing in his stooped figure. He sleeps later and sometimes sleeps during the day on the couch in his shop. Helen and Luke, the two he feels closest to, still live with him. Eliza wants the stone angel he has been keeping in front of his office for many years for the grave of a girl who has worked for her, so he sells it to her.

Part 2, Chapter 19 Analysis

The transaction over the angel indicates the state of the marriage. They are not sharing much of anything at this stage. If she wants the angel, she must buy it.

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