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An American Tragedy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 33 Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 33 Summary

Clyde's interest in Roberta continues to wane as he considers a possible future with Sondra, who is increasingly affectionate. However, Roberta has discovered that she is pregnant. She tells Clyde, who while he feels momentarily guilty, is mainly focused on what this will mean to him. He worries about whether or not it can be taken care of, whether someone will find out, or whether Roberta will expose him. While Clyde had given Roberta the impression that he was worldly and could handle any problems, the reality of it is that he has no idea what to do. He determines to find out about doctors and drugs and leaves Roberta.

Book 2, Chapter 33 Analysis

Clyde's concern for Roberta and her state is minimal, at best. His concern and worry is focused entirely on what Roberta's pregnancy might do to him. The novel brings into focus the...

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