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Bad Behavior: Stories - Other Factors Summary & Analysis

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Constance was worried about meeting her friend Franklin, an art critic, who had tried to seduce her for a week two years ago. After that week, Franklin had disappeared for another two weeks and returned engaged. Franklin talked about needing to tell the middle-aged female friends of his wife that they are attractive. At their meeting, “Connie,” as Constance is known, revealed that she was now in a relationship with a woman named Deana. This fact surprised Franklin. When Franklin talked about their old friends Roger and Alice, Connie was surprised that he was still talking to them, having had her own falling out with them years ago. Franklin invited Connie to his party, which he expected Roger and Alice to attend. Bregrudgingly, Connie she agreed to come. After leaving Franklin, she thought about Roger and Alice, as they were some of the...

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