Look Homeward, Angel - Study Guide Part 3, Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 35 Summary

Eugene takes the train home and is awakened in his berth upon arrival in Altamont by Luke and Hugh at 3:00 a.m. They drive to the boarding house. Ben had influenza and then came down with pneumonia. It is in both lungs, and he is very ill. All the family is there except Daisy, and they wait for two days while he dies. Ben refuses to allow Eliza into the room as long as he has the strength to refuse her; however, the last two days, he is unconscious most of the time, so she comes and sits with him and holds his hand, remembering the death of Grover, Ben's twin, in St. Louis so many years before.

Part 3, Chapter 35 Analysis

It was Ben who confronted his mother about her treatment, not of himself, but of his little brother, Eugene. He despises her, but she...

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