Straight Man - Book One, Occam's Razor: Chapters 16-20 Summary & Analysis

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Book One, Occam's Razor: Chapters 16-20 Summary

Hank finds Bodie Pie, the chair of women's studies in her office, in the basement of the Social Sciences building. Bodie is a lesbian, though she is one of the women that Hank feels he is half in love with, though he is sure that it is his wife he loves most. Bodie asks him about his meeting with Dickie Pope and how Hank responded to Dickie's warning of the approaching budget cuts. Bodie suggests that Hank has to side with the union, and by siding with the administration he would be losing not only his friends, but his integrity. Hank tells Bodie that he feels the same about both the administration and the union, that he lacks respect for both, which seems to appease Bodie for the moment. Hank asks Bodie how...

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