Look Homeward, Angel - Part 3, Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 34 Summary

During his two weeks at home before Eugene goes back to the University, he rooms with Ben at the boarding house. Gant is there also, weaker and quieter now.

At the University, Eugene struggles with his conscience because he is not in the military fighting alongside the other young men. He eats voraciously and exercises, trying to gain weight. When he turns eighteen, he receives a letter from his father telling him that Daisy has brought her family home and left two of the children there for a visit. They are down with the flu and many people are dying from it; it seems to hit the strong first, he says. He admits that Helen is suffering from alcoholism and again expresses the hope that Eugene will not fall victim to it. Eugene doesn't hear from his family again for several weeks until a telegram...

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