Henry is nothing if not persuasive. Witness this dialogue between Julie (Henry's daughter and Will's wife) and Will on pp. 18-19:
I [Will] said we were going over to the Kearney School after he got back...
'Why are yougoing?' she said.
'To help him,' I said.
After a pause, 'You're going to help him?'
'He asked me to.'
'You said you would?'
'Yes," I said.
'He asked you to help him, and you said "yes."'
'You know yourself how convincing he is.'
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