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Daughters and Rebels: An Autobiography Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 32-33 Summary

Jessica Mitford
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Chapters 32-33 Summary and Analysis

Esmond enters into a partnership with the Chizzola brothers, the owners of the Roma restaurant. They celebrate with a big feast. Jessica quits her job at the drug store and goes to work as the buyer and accountant for the restaurant. They eat all of their meals at the restaurant, as per their agreement with the Chizzolas. This is the first time in their marriage that they have had three good meals per day.

The mee the officials from the American Federation of Labor and talk to them about their positions, surprised that they are in favor of capitalism. Esmond studies the behavior of American drunks. He works hard to make the business a success, blocking out the situation in Europe. Jessica likes the work at the restaurant, but does not really like Miami. The Chizzolas are amused by them and watch in...

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