Slapstick: Or, Lonesome No More! - Chapters 37 and 38 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 37 and 38 Summary

Sophie divorces Wilbur and goes to live in a condominium in Machu Picchu. He is busy with the task of putting together family directories and there are only enough to go to certain state government offices and libraries. Wilbur has a Daffodil directory in the Empire State building. He is glad Sophie never saw the Peanut directory as it did contain lowly sorts, the most famous being a roller derby star. Soon family newspapers began getting printed. Wilbur's was The Daffy-nition. Sophie's was The Goober Gossip. Certain interesting statistics were found about different groups, such as skills in music or variances in gender or weight. Family clubs sprouted. Wilbur cut the ribbon at the opening of the Daffodil Club in New York, once a club to elite wealthy men like his father and grandfathers, and now teeming with women and children...

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