The Dollmaker - Chapters 33, 34, 35, 36 and 37 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 33, 34, 35, 36 and 37 Summary

This section contains the novel's last mini-plot, focusing on Clovis and the conflict between labor and management at the factory into which he reluctantly gets drawn.

Chapter 33 - The heat wave breaks, but there is still tension in the complex as the result of the tension building at the factory between the unions and management. One night, Clovis, Whit, and other workers meet to discuss the situation, despite the taunting warnings of Mr. Daly. As they talk, Gertie slips out of the house with two gifts for the Daly family - a little bird she once carved for Maggie and a head of an infant she had carved for the new baby, both of which she had forgotten to give the children during the heat wave. She finds Mrs. Daly sadly ironing the linens for Maggie's hope chest she had so...

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