Bettyville - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

George Hodgman
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George has stocked his car with dog food and treats and heads to the dog pound to feed the stray dog who had been taken away from his house a week ago. George is trying to find an owner for the dog but the authorities need to make sure that his rightful owner will not show up and claim him. George loves the dog and would like to keep him but his future is uncertain and he doesn't feel like he can make that commitment. A friend of George's always says that people who withhold their emotions often lavish their feelings on their dogs.

When George was a senior in college, he moved into an apartment with his first real boyfriend, Steven. Steven loved to bake sourdough bread and gave loaves of it to everyone he knew. George was uncomfortable with how open Steven...

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