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The Wanting Seed Chapter Summary & Analysis - Epilogue, Chapters One through Four Summary

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Epilogue, Chapters One through Four Summary

On the train, Tristram has bad dreams about the slaughter, and how the corpses will be processed into food. He spends the next night in a hotel, buys civilian clothes in the morning, and boards a ship for the crossing to England. In Brighton, he feels very sick, and decides to stay in an Army hostel for five days to recuperate. He sleeps for days in a cold sweat. Finally, he gets up and orders eggs and milk, but is stressed, and goes back to bed. He cleans up, and goes to civilian lodgings nearby, where he pays for another week's stay. In Chapter Two, Tristram spends four weeks reading history in the library. When he has fully recovered, he takes a train to the War Office in London. He bulls his way past receptionists to a lieutenant, and...

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