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The Last American Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9-Epilogue Summary

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Chapter 9-Epilogue Summary and Analysis

Chapter 9 begins with Gilbert and Conway getting drunk on whiskey and giggling over their own jokes. Gilbert told Conway that he needed to lighten up, to let people see the spontaneous and fun side of him. It is apparent that Conway does not know how to do that.

Eustace Conway was in control of many things but love was not one of them. The closest Conway ever came to having a family came and went with a 24-year-old girl named Ashley. Ashley was a great deal like Conway. The only issue Conway had was that Ashley had three children to another hippie who still spent a significant amount of time in the children's lives. Gilbert tried to convince Conway that love doesn't work off a grocery list like the one Conway had prepared.

Gilbert follows Conway through the next few years, detailing the...

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