• The division between the rich and poor is discussed
• Labor strikes in the construction and building industries cause major delays on many projects ,including the narrator's new home.
• The narrator may be biased as he is from the wealthy class.
• Edith is the narrator's fiancee and goes to the Decoration Day ceremony with him.
• They part at 9 p.m. with no feeling that something may happen to either on of them.
• The narrator describes the sleeping chamber
• This chamber is somewhat believable because the narrator is extremely wealthy.
• The narrator admits his frustration with the delays in the construction of his new home.
• Unable to sleep, the narrator calls Dr. Pillsbury, a mesmerist.
• The narrator awakes in the home of Dr. Leete 113 years after he went to sleep.
• The narrator is convinced it is a practical joke.
• Dr. Leete convinces him by showing the narrator...
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