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Look Homeward, Angel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Chapter 36 Summary

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Part 3, Chapter 36 Summary

It is early morning; Ben has died at last, and Luke and Eugene go downtown to notify the newspaper office and to get something to eat--on the way, they meet a paperboy. Eugene tells him that he was once a paperboy and next to his brother, Ben, he was the best they ever had. He gives him a dollar bill.

They go for breakfast to the lunch room where Ben always spent his early mornings with Dr. McGuire and the others, including the undertaker, Horse Hines. They go home again and sleep until past noon, then go to the funeral parlor to choose a casket. Horse Hines makes a sales pitch, and they go to look at the body. Luke complains that Ben is too pale, so the undertaker, with a flourish, takes a rouge stick and makes the cheeks rosy. He pronounces it a...

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