Bettyville - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

George Hodgman
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George works as a freelance editor so that he can have some income even though it is not the amount he used to make in his New York job. George's work has often kept him up late at night and he compares his life now to the early mornings in New York and the extreme characters he encountered there. George is good at his job because his mother always made him do perfect work while growing up.

George's childhood had been filled with music as his mother played the piano and his father sang. They often performed together at weddings, funerals and other events.

In spite of being raised to be perfect and having much success, George knows inside that he has missed the mark many times, especially in his personal life. Now George feels as if his old patterns of mood swings and...

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