Look Homeward, Angel - Part 3, Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 29 Summary

Jim Trivett, a fellow student, takes him to a Negro prostitute, and he catches some unidentified infection that he's convinced he will kill him. When he goes home for Christmas, Ben takes him to Dr. McGuire, who gives him a prescription. He goes back to school with more confidence and in a better frame of mind.

In April, the U.S. declares war on Germany. All the young men at the University who are eligible are going into the service. Eugene is far too young, but he wants to go to war.

Eliza visits Helen in the spring. Hugh, an insurance agent, has applied for the job of managing the company's office in Altamont. Eliza and Helen go the University to see Eugene, and his mother embarrasses him by asking his friend to drum up business for the boarding house for her. When Eugene goes...

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