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An American Tragedy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 35 Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 35 Summary

The remedy doesn't work. Clyde goes back to the pharmacist to get more, who tells him that possibly in another month, things will get back to normal. In the meantime, Clyde continues to socialize with Sondra and tells himself that while Roberta may have read more into his promises than he meant, he never told her that he'd marry her. He tells her that because he looks so much like Gilbert, and because he looks like he has more money, any doctor that might be willing to help will either talk about their situation or charge more money. Roberta must go by herself. She is horrified but accepts his logic. They agree to find a doctor in Utica or Albany where no one will know her. Clyde perceives that once this is fixed, Roberta will go her own way, and he'll be free to pursue...

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