Slapstick: Or, Lonesome No More! - Chapters 28, 29 and 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 28, 29 and 30 Summary

Wilbur is elated when he returns to the party and rumors abound about the marvelous sighting and voice from heaven. Wilbur goes to his mother to share what happened and finds her talking to a nondescript man. She introduces him as Dr. Mott, the physician who took care of Wilbur and Eliza as children. Wilbur is so caught up in the party, he pays little mind to the doctor. By the time he returns to his mother, Dr. Mott has left, to Wilbur's regret. He has left a note for Wilbur as a present. A Hippocrates quote says, "If you can do no good, at least do no harm." Wilbur always remembers those words as a physician. He uses the childrearing manual he and Eliza wrote as his major reference source. The years fly by. In that time he marries a...

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