A House Divided - Chapter 1—Pages 101-136 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1—Pages 101-136 Summary

Life goes on for Yuan. He is not wholly committed to anything, but busy with a lot of things. It is during this time that a letter comes from Yuan's father, Wang the Tiger, telling him the arranged marriage is going on as scheduled. The letter is not written by a letter writer, but in the Tiger's own hand. It says, "I have not changed my will. Come home and be wed. The day has been set for the thirteenth of this moon," (p. 101). Yuan arrives at his home in the coastal city with thoughts of pursuing the revolutionist maid for what she is willing to give him. He is filled with a giddy excitement when he finds the letter from his father waiting for him in his room and the bottom falls out of his world...

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