Bettyville - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

George Hodgman
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George remembers being tucked into bed at night by his mother when he was young and they always prayed for people who needed help. George admired his mother's tenderness in this way and how she hated it that some people were sick or alone. George treasured these times with his mother but they stopped abruptly one night when George wanted to pray for his mother who had had eye surgery and he did not want her to hear him. Betty was hurt, left George's bedroom and the bedtime ritual never happened again.

After George finished graduate school in Boston, he moved to Brooklyn and tried to find a job to no avail. George's father wanted George to return home, but Betty wanted George to stick it out in New York because she knew how badly George wanted to work there. George went to sessions...

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