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I Feel Bad About My Neck Chapter Summary & Analysis - Me and Bill: The End of Love Summary

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Me and Bill: The End of Love Summary and Analysis

Nora never gives more than a first name for Bill, but it is clear she is referring to Bill Clinton. Nora admits she loved Bill in the beginning, but then questions if it really ever was love and what love even is. She rationalized away his lies regarding Gennifer. She admits the love is one way. Even with what Nora did know of him, she is willing to support him until it comes to gays in the military, saying that it is then "her heart turns to stone". She believes she is beyond being hurt by him when the story of Bill and Monica comes out. Nora is now hurt all over again. She believes Bill had it all and threw it away. But what he threw away was not his, it was...

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