Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story - Study Guide Chapters 24-28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 is called "Lord Cornbury's Hobby." Cornbury is appointed as governor of New York and New Jersey in the American colonies. He is widely hated in America, probably because of his hobby. He misappropriates funds to get money for his costly hobby. Queen Anne learns of his doings and ousts him from the governor positions. What was his hobby? Cornbury loved clothing and collected very expensive clothes...women's clothes. From age 8 to the day he died, Cornbury's daily hobby was dressing like a woman.

In "The Reluctant Vampire" story, Harvey tells that TV's Superman George Reeves commits suicide, feeling desperate that he had been typecast as the "Man of Steel" and his acting career was over. Harvey wonders what might have happened to another actor if he had given up. The man's name was DeForest. DeForest, born into a wealthy New York family, had bad...

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