Look Homeward, Angel - Part 3, Chapter 38 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 38 Summary

Eugene goes back to the university, and three weeks later the war is over. He has a victorious semester and is big man on campus with a finger in everything. He and other students go out of town to visit prostitutes.

Part 3, Chapter 38 Analysis

That Eugene feels at home at the university and involved and accepted in university life is a signal that his experiences have served to bring him through the assaults on his emotional and physical development. He is in control of his sexuality now, even though his going to prostitutes does not bode well. We wonder whether he will ever be able to have a normal, healthy relationship. In this aspect, his experiences may have forever damaged his wholeness.

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