Bettyville - Chapter 17 Summary & Analysis

George Hodgman
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Betty tells George that the father of the governor has written a book which states that Betty was the most beautiful woman he had ever seen. Betty had dated the governor's father before she knew George's father. George first learned of this when Betty received an invitation to the governor's inauguration several years ago. Betty never went to the inauguration but one time when she and George were in St. Louis, she made George take her to see the apartment building where the governor's father now lived. George tells Betty that he wishes she would have let him take her to the inauguration, that perhaps including the mention about Betty in his book was a message that the governor's father wanted to see her again. Betty said that she made a contribution to the governor's campaign and that was the end of it.

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