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An American Tragedy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 32 Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 32 Summary

Clyde is integrated into the social scene of Lycurgus even though most families understand that he has no money and is off limits to their own children. Sondra, however, is really beginning to like Clyde and makes sure that the outings he's included in are inexpensive or free local outings. She makes him hot chocolate one night and feels very much the gracious princess when he comments on the size of the kitchen. He begins to envision marriage with such a woman - one who would have money, beauty and social acceptance. Clyde admits to her how much he likes her and kisses her. Sondra asks him to leave, and Clyde displays his typical subservience.

Book 2, Chapter 32 Analysis

Part of Clyde's appeal to Sondra is that he is from a different world, knowing nothing about cooks or kitchens or luxury. He is different and "...

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