Being There - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

In the morning, Mrs. Aubrey calls Chance to tell him that he is in all of the morning papers. There are photos of Chance with Ambassador Skrapinov, the Secretary-General, and a German count. She adds that several major television networks have invited Chance for exclusive TV appearances. Magazines such as Fortune, Newsweek, Life, Look, Vogue, and House & Garden want to do stories on Chance. The Irish Times, Spectator, Sunday Telegraph, and The Guardian all want press conferences. She says that Lord Beauclerk asked her to inform Chance that the BBC is ready to fly him to London for a TV special and he hopes that Chance will be his houseguest. The New York bureaus of several international publications have called for appointments. Count von Brockburg-Schulendorff has called to say that Chance will be on the cover of Stern in Germany, and that they...

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