Rod: The Autobiography - Chapters 3 - 4 Summary & Analysis

Rod Stewart
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Chapters 3 - 4 Summary

In Chapter Three, Stewart discusses how he met and courted his first serious girlfriend, Sue Boffey and the crisis they encountered as a couple. Stewart and Boffey met through a mutual friend and spent time hopping trains, listening to music, and going to the beach. However, within a year of their relationship, Boffey became pregnant. When she told Stewart the news, he recalled feeling disbelief, then immeasurable fear. How would his parents react? Stewart was confident they would not react well, so as a result, he concealed it from them. Stewart's close friends attempted to raise money for an abortion, but were unable to cover the full costs. In addition, abortion at that time was illegal under British law, and Boffey herself refused to undergo such a procedure. She decided to give the child up for adoption. They attempted to rekindle...

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