Look Homeward, Angel - Part 2, Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 26 Summary

At the beginning of his fifteenth year, Eugene goes on a short trip to Charleston with a group of his friends, chaperoned by Mrs. Bowden, mother of one of the boys. Two older young women; Josie, Mrs. Bowden's niece, and Louise, a waitress, are in the group. Eugene stays in his room the first day, so he can sleep while the others go to the navy yard. Louise comes to his room and comes on to him, but he is so flustered that she just has him get dressed so they can go meet the others.

Helen takes Gant to Johns Hopkins to have the prostate tumor removed, and he shows her where he once lived in Baltimore. He is dying of cancer.

Part 2, Chapter 26 Analysis

This is the second time when Eugene has an opportunity to have sex with a woman, each time one...

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