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An American Tragedy - Book 3, Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 24 Summary

Reuben Jephson does a marvelous job at calling Clyde as a witness and bringing forth and illustrating all the evidence that Mason had planned to hold back to make Clyde look even guiltier. Jephson and Belknap's intensive coaching of Clyde and his "change of heart," story sound credible, ending with Clyde's denial that murder was planned or that he even struck Roberta. He claims that is was an accident, totally; yet, inside he knows that this is not the total truth.

Book 3, Chapter 24 Analysis

Legal strategizing pays off. Clyde's defense team have given him the absolute best case they can, especially since they've taken the steam out of Mason by exposing everything bad about Clyde's circumstances and the evidence.

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