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The Assistant Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 Summary

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Chapter 4 Summary

Morris is convinced that Frank's good luck and hard work have brought money to the grocery, but Ida thinks there have to be other reasons, including a new apartment building that has opened up. Morris wishes to pay Frank more, and he also tells Helen she can keep the $25 a week she gives to the family. Helen is overjoyed because she needs shoes, a decent coat, and perhaps some dresses. She also attributes this good fortune to Frank. She thinks he is better than just an ordinary guy. He often visits the library and she sees him there. Sometimes they walk back together, although other times one will ride the streetcar and the other will walk. She reads a great deal and is happy to learn that he does as well.

Frank tells Helen he is going to start college in the fall. She is excited and...

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