1. Why does Henry decide to go to work for the postal service?
Henry decides to go to work for the postal service because he thinks it will be easy to get hired. He also thinks that the job is not difficult.
2. What kind of job does Henry get hired for with the postal service, and where is he first assigned?
Henry is hired with the postal service as a substitute mail carrier during the Christmas season. He is first assigned to West Avon Station.
3. What steps did it take for Henry to get hired at the post office, and how does he do?
In order to get hired at the post office, Henry had to take an exam. He also had to have a physical, and he passes both.
4. How does the author explain why Henry's own clothes are shabby?
The author explains that Henry's own regular clothes are shabby because he and his wife have drank their money away. They have an alcohol problem.
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