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The Last American Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 4-6 Summary

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Chapters 4-6 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 4 begins with Conway's return to North Carolina in the fall of 1981. Conway approached a land owner about being a caretaker alongside a creek on the man's property. Conway could offer a small amount of rent and sent along with the letter in article, written in a local newspaper. The article proved that Conway was becoming a celebrity of sorts.

Conway's lifestyle was completely contradicted by the fact that he was a straight A college student. It was surprising that Conway decided to go to college after finishing his hike on the Appalachian Trail considering how much he'd hated school. There was something different about college and it was also a way to keep his father off his back. According to classmates, Eustace was the Big Man on Campus and many thought he was the coolest guy ever. Conway also made an impression...

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