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An American Tragedy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 44 Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 44 Summary

Roberta writes Clyde again of her depression and uncertainty. Her parents are planning on taking her with them when they leave to visit a relative over the fourth of July. Roberta says that if Clyde doesn't come, she'll come back to him in Lycurgus. Clyde refuses to write Roberta because that would be tangible evidence that they are connected. Clyde continues to tell Roberta that he'll come for her, but makes excuses about too much work at the factory. When he uses his old-time persuasion, Roberta melts, telling him how much she loves him and how she won't do anything to hurt him. After a motoring expedition with Sondra and her friends around the nearby deserted lake region and getting information from a guide about the lake area, Clyde begins to think again about the reported boating accident detailed in the paper. For the first...

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