A Frolic of His Own - Section 17 (through page 488) Summary & Analysis

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Section 17 (through page 488) Summary

Oscar and Lily find Christina on the phone with her vulture sisters-in-law, warning them to keep their hands off everything in the apartment and slams down the phone. In the obituary, Peyton plugs the firms and mentions Harry's recent ill health. They have Harry's age and birthplace correct, but have misrepresented his cutthroat father with whom Harry has long been estranged because of Harry's unprofitable interest in theology and poetry. Harry, the obituary reads, put himself through law school and worked for a series of public interest firms before entering corporate law. He has recently been named partner and resolved a case dealing with the constitutional fundamentals. Oscar questions and relates the story Harry told him. Christina says the old man is a millionaire, and the sisters are vultures. As next of kin, Christina has consulted no one about...

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