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Hard Laughter Chapter Summary & Analysis - Romance Summary

Anne Lamott
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Romance Summary

Megan wishes that Jen would spend more time with her and less time with Eric, Jen's sort-of-boyfriend. Megan's main problem is that Eric often spends the night at Jen's cabin, which means Megan can not. Megan openly admits that she is jealous of Eric's time with Jen and makes fun of him. Jen thinks back to meeting Eric and how they got together. One day, they are playing tennis doubles against one another, and after the game, they head up to Jen's cabin. Eric, fortunately, does not say anything bad about the mess, and Jen does not say anything about him losing his hair, about which he is self-conscious. They hang out, drink some beers, smoke some joints, and then make love. What follows is not so much a romance as a casual friendship punctuated by convenient sex. They generally get along well together and like the...

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