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The Fool's Progress: An Honest Novel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 20, Henry in Love Summary

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Chapter 20, Henry in Love Summary

In chapter twenty, Henry calls Claire. He has been writing her letters. He is now in Denver and wishes to see her. She invites him to a concert in which she is playing. Henry is pleased. He watches, entranced, as she comes on stage and plays the violin with the orchestra. He meets Claire at the reception afterward and meets her mother, Grace. Grace and Henry walk outside and wait for Claire as Henry answers Grace's questions about his age and his intentions. Grace makes it very clear she finds Henry misdirected and someone she wishes her daughter not be involved with. Claire arrives, and Grace leaves the two alone. Claire and Henry walk together and talk of music as Henry puts his arm around her waist. She admits she didn't think he was serious, so she didn't answer his letters...

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