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This section depicts Clyde's early months in Lycurgus. He begins doing menial work in his uncle's  shirt and collar factory. Accented by Gilbert Griffiths' pejorative opinions of his country cousin,  Clyde's day-to-day reality unfolds. At a dull church social, Clyde falls in with three young pagans.  Belatedly, the wealthy Griffiths family invites their poor relative to supper; that evening he fleetingly  observes Sondra Finchley. Not long afterward Samuel Griffiths, disturbed by his nephew's toiling in  the factory basement, orders Gilbert to give Clyde a better job. Clyde then deserts his trio of friends. Chapters 1 and 2 of this section are set three years after the close of Book I and include descriptions  of the grand Lycurgus home of Samuel Griffiths, a sharp contrast to the opening of Book I. We first 
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