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An American Tragedy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 3, Chapter 7 Summary

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Book 3, Chapter 7 Summary

Clyde is distracted and almost ill with the knowledge of what he's done, but Sondra encourages him. She gives him plenty of cash for the weekend and tells him she loves him. They go golfing, and on the way to the course, via motorboat, they joke about Burchard, the driver of the boat, trying to drown them. Clyde's emotions almost get the best of him, but he continues then, as in the evening, to put on a brave face, vowing to find a newspaper to see what the police know. That evening, he tells Sondra he's sick and goes back to the Cranstons to dispose of his damp, wet suit. He takes a walk, finds a rock and throws it into the water. He worries about his footprints in the sand, about the three men who saw him, and the number of flaws he made...

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