Slapstick: Or, Lonesome No More! - Chapters 21 and 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21 and 22 Summary

Wilbur admits that by the time Eliza comes after his inheritance, he is a conceited as well as a stupid Bobby Brown. A first year medical student, he dresses stylishly and is driven around in a Jaguar. The story of Eliza's quest for her inheritance makes big headlines and Eliza is not shy about pointing out her relatives shortcomings. Eliza refuses to show herself in interviews so grants them from inside a confessional booth her lawyer purchases for her. When asked how she spent time in the institution, she says singing for her prince to come rescue her. Asked who the prince was, she says her brother; she points describes him as a swine because for never rescuing her.

Wilbur and his mother don't contest Eliza, so she easily gains her inheritance. The first thing she does is buy half-interest in...

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