A Cup of Tea: A Novel of 1917 - Pages 30-61 Summary & Analysis

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Jane runs after Eleanor in the rain and catches up with her. She gives Eleanor the name of a woman who runs a hat shop, and implies her friend Dora will give Eleanor a job there. Eleanor is not sure how she feels about this. She does not like the feeling of being helped, yet this is an opportunity to get a job and take care of herself.

Eleanor goes to the hat shop and Dora mistakes her for a customer and has her try on a series of hats. Eleanor tells Dora that Jane Howard thought she might find a job here, and Dora hires her on the spot. She also gives Eleanor a beige hat that Eleanor likes.

Next stop for Eleanor is a boarding house, where she procures a room from Miss Wetzel. She also encounters fellow boarder...

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