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An American Tragedy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 26 Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 26 Summary

Clyde is a quick study at knowing what to say and what not to say, and he says that his father runs a hotel in Denver and remarks that he is testing out the collar business to see what it might mean to his future. He leaves the impression that he does have some money and some means, which is the most important consideration in this crowd. You just can't associate with anyone who doesn't have money. Sondra flirts with Clyde, who naively compliments her and is a little too forward, but she likes him for his innocence and adoration of her. When Clyde dances with Sondra, he asks questions based on what he's read about her, knowing that she loves the outdoors and is very athletic. Sondra gets excited and animated, inviting Clyde to go horseback riding with her and play tennis with her...

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