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Look Homeward, Angel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 24 Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 24 Summary

Eugene rooms with Guy Doak, an older student from New Jersey. The Leonards are struggling to make ends meet with their little school, and the meals are meager. Guy slips out a window at night and brings back food for him and Eugene. The teachers tease Eugene and treat him with affection. He is a quick student but sometimes not a dedicated one.

The remainder of this chapter is a visit through town by Eugene and George Graves. It is a vignette of the town with conversations between merchants and others. Talk of war enters into the conversations from time to time.

Part 2, Chapter 24 Analysis

Eugene's developing frame needs a lot of food! This is just one of several times in the story when he does not get enough to eat. Once he is in college, we learn that he is extremely thin and very...

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