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An American Tragedy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 28 Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 28 Summary

Clyde lies to Roberta, saying that he has to attend a meeting for department heads so that he doesn't have to accompany her partway home. Now that Sondra has noticed him, he is not interested at all in Roberta and contemplates how to break it off with her. He takes her Christmas gift to her, a black and white toilet set, and although she is thrilled with it, she is crushed and disappointed with his lack of interest in her. She suspects that the event he attended the night before has a special woman who is drawing him away from her. She, however, doesn't confront him about it, because she thinks that he's always traveled in a higher social circle, and she has no claim on him. Roberta does give Clyde his gift of a pen and pencil set, saddened by the fact that her...

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