Testament of Youth: An Autobiographical Study of the Years 1900-1925 - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Vera is working at the 1st London General Hospital and living in a small cubicle without even enough room for the few books she brgins with her. The hostel is one and one half miles from the hospital and they often have to walk, carrying the suitcases with their uniforms and supplies. They work long hard hours and live in very uncomfortable accommodations.

Most of Vera's hospital work consists of supporting limbs and preparing dressing trays. She continues to write to Roland but her letters are shorter because of her lack of time. Her parents want her to return to Buxton. She refuses to return saying that she has an obligation to be where she is needed. She has her first quarrel with Roland at this time who does not respond to her letter, so after a month she writes a second letter to which...

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