An American Tragedy - Study Guide Chapter 43-47 Book Two Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 43, Clyde decides to call Roberta and expresses his concern about not being able to go through with his plans to join her because of the money issue. He then meets up with his friends for a weekend at Twelfth Lake. Clyde enjoys all sorts of leisurely activities, but most of all he happy to be with Sondra. While horseback riding, the girl expresses her love for Clyde and her willingness to fight for him against the wishes of her mother. Sondra refuses his suggestion to elope, insisting they wait until she reaches proper age. The thought of being with her allows his boating scheme to creep back into his mind.

In the next chapter, Clyde returns home to find two more pieces of correspondence from Roberta, both pleading with him to join her and the second also expressing she is prepared to return...

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