Testament of Youth: An Autobiographical Study of the Years 1900-1925 - Study Guide Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Vera spends the week at her parents home in Brighton and returns to the hospital after her leave ends. She learns the details of Roland's death and tries to deal with them. She has a hard time at the hospital dealing with the condolences and is more irritable than usual. Vera no longer likes working at the hospital and it is evident in the quality of her work and her attitude.

Whenever Vera has time off from work, she goes to her family's home. She becomes closer to Victor and keeps in touch with Roland's family.

When Vera's night duty ends in February, she has to move back to the hostel and sharing a room with five other women. A few days later, she receives a letter from Edward saying that he is leaving for the front in France. She and her mother see him...

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