The Human Comedy - Chapters 34 through 36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 34 through 36 Summary

In "Here is a Kiss", time has passed in Ithaca and around the world, people have changed, and the telegraph office continues to send and receive news to and from home - of death, of love, of reunion, of separation. On one particular Sunday, as the congregation recites a prayer, Ulysses imagines the bald head of the man in front of him as the setting for adventures. His imaginings become a daydream which becomes a sleeping dream, from which he's roused when Lionel passes the collection plate. At the end of the chapter, Lionel and the other boys bring the collection to the front of the church, "and then [take] their places beside their parents".

In "The Laughter of the Lion", as Auggie repairs an old tennis net with the idea of turning it into something that could catch animals, he's...

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