I Like It Like That: A Gossip Girl Novel - Pages 43 to 84 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 43 to 84 Summary

Gossip Girl complains about having to go to the benefit at the Frick. At least she won't be alone in her misery because everyone's parents are going to drag them there. She likes parties but she likes them without parents. At least everyone's parents will leave them alone because they'll be trying to impress each other.

Rufus Humphrey yells at everyone to take their seats as he puts dinner on the table. He wasn't home the day before when Jenny brought Leo and Elise home to meet him. He felt guilty and invited them for dinner the next night. Elise, wearing pink J. Crew clogs, assures Leo that Rufus isn't really as scary as he seems. As soon as Rufus sits down, he pulls a poetry pop quiz. Jenny pleads with him to drop it but he plows right ahead. The only one who knows...

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