1. What tendency of Rutherford's can Reverend Chandler do nothing to stifle?
Reverend Chandler can do nothing to stifle Rutherford's tendency for thievery.
2. What does Rutherford think about Isadora's choice of New Orleans as her city of residence?
Rutherford thinks that Isadora is out of place in New Orleans.
3. How does Isadora try to convince Rutherford to change?
She compares Rutherford to her father and says that Rutherford--like her father--just needs a good woman to bring him down to earth.
4. The night Rutherford meets with Zeringue, he finds that he owes Zeringue 50,000 francs. He also learns that Zeringue and Isadora have made a deal regarding his debt with Zeringue. What are the details of this deal?
Isadora will use her savings to pay off Rutherford's debt to Zeringue only if Rutherford marries Isadora at noon the following day.
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