Look Homeward, Angel - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 27 Summary

Helen is married to Hugh Barton, who she had met in Henderson on a visit with Daisy. The big wedding is held in the Presbyterian Church. Gant has determined that Eugene will go to the state university, even though Eugene does not want to go there. He and Margaret had planned that he would go to Vanderbilt or Virginia for two years, to Harvard for two more, and finish with two years at Oxford. He is not quite sixteen, and the Leonards feel that he should wait another year for college, but Gant has decided that now is the time. He intends for him to redeem the family by becoming a great political leader.

Part 2, Chapter 27 Analysis

This lower-class family with the resources to be at least middle-class hold a high-class wedding at the Presbyterian Church, the church of the upper-class. The Pentlands, whom we...

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