Burr - 1835, Chapter Eleven - Fifteen Summary & Analysis

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1835, Chapter Eleven - Fifteen Summary

July through December 1835

Helen leaves Charlie and goes back to Mrs. Townsend, who refuses to let Charlie see her. She does tell Charlie that Helen had been coming to see her once a week after she had moved in with Charlie. Mrs. Townsend is delighted to tell Charlie that Helen was very unhappy living with him. Charlie turns back to Leggett and covering political news. In December, a great fire burns seven-hundred buildings in the city, and all the insurance companies are now bankrupt. Charlie compares Leggett to Burr in that Burr demonstrated his nobility in the way he has always endured misfortune, and Leggett in that he is striking out against the rulers and leaders of the country. Charlie brings the two men together, where they talk as equals.

1835, Chapter Eleven - Fifteen Analysis

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