The Water-method Man - Study Guide Chapters 35-38 Summary & Analysis

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After leaving Tulpen and Ralph behind, Bogus heads up to stay with Biggie and Couth for a few days. For a bedtime story, Bogus tells Colm the story of "Moby Dick," which Colm believes. It is great seeing Colm, and Biggie and Couth are welcoming, but after three days, Bogus knows it is time to move on. When leaving, he comments that Biggie is putting on weight, and she tells him it is because she is pregnant.

Bogus goes back to Iowa to finish his thesis. Staying in the basement of his thesis chairman, Bogus works hard for months, taking time for little other than his studies. When he finally comes to the end of the poem he is translating, he remembers all the shoddy work from earlier sections, and decides to do the whole thing over, doing it right this time. His thesis chairman...

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