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An American Tragedy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 25 Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 25 Summary

Roberta senses remoteness in Clyde as he begins to think about Sondra Finchley. Clyde, attired in a new hat, scarf and umbrella, attends the "Now and Then" dinner and dance at Jill Trumbull's house. He is greeted and introduced into the local in-crowd. Clyde is accepted by many simply because Sondra seems interested in him, and because she has gotten her girlfriends to agree to welcome him. Clyde feels a little intimidated because of the college talk, and when he arrives, he is envious of the fancy cars there. However, he's able to smile and be charming, even though he's not familiar with their topics of conversation. When Sondra arrives, focusing on making an entrance and being the center of attention, she makes a point to greet Clyde last and then escorts him into dinner.

Book 2, Chapter 25 Analysis

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