Slapstick: Or, Lonesome No More! - Chapters 33 and 34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 33 and 34 Summary

Two weeks later, Wilbur's mother dies. Gravity would not be a problem again for another 20 years. Time flies in a rather drug-induced haze. In that time, Wilbur gives up medicine, becomes a senator in Vermont, and the one day is running for President. His campaign slogan is "Lonesome No More!" When gravity issues returned, they were milder but frequent. Wilbur suspects the Chinese have refined their experiments to cut down on property damage and injuries. In his campaign speeches, he talks of how loneliness is one of the biggest problems in the country and describes his anti-loneliness strategy. Each person would be assigned a noun as a middle name, separated by a dash with a number. Those with the same noun and number would be brothers and sisters, those with the same noun only would be cousins. He offers many benefits...

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