Bettyville - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

George Hodgman
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George recalls a summer internship in Washington D.C. during college when he met a man named Eric whom he would have liked to have considered his boyfriend. Eric was gay but pretended to be straight and had a girlfriend named Binky. George and Eric had one physical encounter and then Eric retreated back into the world where he was considered straight. When George returned home after his internship, his father questioned him about his time in Washington and assured George that he would find a girlfriend soon. George did not have the heart to tell his father that he would never get married and have children.

George worked with his father at the lumberyard for the rest of the summer and his father tried to get closer to George but did not seem to know how to reach out to him.

George recalls...

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