Of Human Bondage - Study Guide Chapters 20-25 Summary & Analysis

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Philip no longer enjoys school and stops working at his studies. Perkins and Philip's aunt and uncle begin putting pressure on him to start doing better. Philip tells them he no longer wants to go to Oxford, nor does he want to be ordained. This causes an argument between Philip and his uncle. One of Philip's school mates quit school some time ago and gone abroad to study and Philip has begun to think that this is what he would like to do. Uncle William discusses this with Philip and tells him he does not want him to go, but he will defer to the opinion of Perkins. Perkins gets a letter from William Carey asking his opinion. Perkins talks Philip into remaining in school for one more term. Uncle William promises that if Philip will stay in school until Easter, he will allow him...

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