Testament of Youth: An Autobiographical Study of the Years 1900-1925 - Study Guide Chapter 4, cont. Summary & Analysis

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Vera maintains her correspondence with Mina and Betty. She is to be a nurse in London and wants them to join her, but Mina is in an affair with an artist and not very eager. Vera is having problems with the new Head of Nursing at Devonshire. She continues her correspondence with Roland and their philosophical discussions and poetry. Her work keeps her from dwelling on the possibility of Roland's death, even though she wonders how she will react to such news.

Edward arrives in Buxton for a long leave. His unit may be sent to the Persian Gulf. In mid-August Roland returns to England for leave. Vera arranges for a long weekend off from the hospital so she can meet him. She makes the four hour train journey to London and meets him. While in London, she interviews at the 1st London...

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