The Fool's Progress: An Honest Novel - Chapter 3, Henry Begins His Retreat through Chapter 6, Will's War Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Henry Begins His Retreat through Chapter 6, Will's War Summary

In chapter three, Henry awakens from his passed out state and hears military helicopters overhead. He packs a few items into his truck and feeds a Nizoral to his dying dog, Solstice. Solstice has valley fever, and Nizoral will help slow the disease. He calls Melanie again, only to be rebuffed. He calls into the welfare office where he works to take time off, only to discover he has been fired. He then writes a note to Will, noting he is stopping to see friends on the way but that he is coming home to West Virginia. He writes a farewell note to Elaine, letting her know he loves her but that he understands why she left him. He leaves the dog, but sees Solstice in his review mirror as he...

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