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Angle of Repose Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 4, Chapter 4 Summary

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Book 4, Chapter 4 Summary

As Susan tries to adjust to life in Leadvillle, she is coddled by Frank Sergeant who comes to her house early each day to build her a fire, chop and carry wood, burn her trash, run her errands and take her horseback riding. In a letter to Augusta and Frank, Susan asks whether they are acquainted with Frank's socially prominent eastern family, and rhapsodizes about his gentlemanly manners and caring nature. Susan also goes riding with Pricey, after prying him away from his fireside reading habit, and discovers she enjoys his company. The success of the mine draws people from around the country who are looking for work. A group known as the U.S. Geological Survey arrives to survey the mine. Except for Oliver's frequent absences and the fact Ollie is on the East Coast, Susan seems to be enjoying herself.

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