Straight Man - Book Two, Judas Peckerhead: Chapters 26-30 Summary & Analysis

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Book Two, Judas Peckerhead: Chapters 26-30 Summary

A visit to the doctor's office reveals that Hank does not have a stone to pass, neither a kidney stone, nor a bladder stone. Phil tells him that he may have an enlarged prostate and does blood work to rule out cancer. A third possibility is that the problem is actually phyco-symatic, caused by problems that may seem overwhelming. Hank denies that he is having any problems out of the ordinary.

Driving back to campus for his afternoon class, Hank almost runs over his mother, who is on the side of the road with a real estate agent. She is looking at a large, old, Victorian house, with plans of moving closer to campus with Devereaux Sr. Hank's mother scolds him for not helping Mr. Purty unload the U-Haul, and Hank reminds her...

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