Crossing to Safety - Part 1: Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1: Chapter 11 Summary

Early in June, Larry sends his wife off to Vermont with the Langs. As soon as the station wagon pulls away, he goes to Sid's study and starts a novel. After five days Larry receives a letter so full of happiness that he ceases feeling badly for Sally and starts to pity himself. Sally reports that every morning Charity lays in bed for half an hour with a pad and pencil and organizes the day. She calls it constructive daydreaming.

Sally's letters are frequent, long, and very descriptive. Larry feels as though he knows everyone at Folsom Hill. Sally shares a cabin with Sid's mother when she comes to visit. Larry begins to worry about the future. His applications for posts at other schools yield only one unappealing nibble. He also finds himself worrying about Sid and Sally when Sally writes...

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