Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage (short story) - Pages 404 - 420 Summary & Analysis

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The narrative then shifts to after Johanna has shipped the furniture and has departed herself. The narrative moves to Mr. McCauley’s perspective. He calls the station and inquires about Johanna’s ticket; the agent says that the destination is Gdynia. McCauley knows that Ken is residing there, and he then believes that Ken has enlisted Johanna to steal the furniture. The furniture had belonged to his now-deceased daughter, Marcelle, and thus it technically now belongs to her husband Ken. However, Ken has borrowed substantial amounts of money from McCauley that Ken has yet to pay back, and Ken himself recently suggested over the phone that the furniture be used as collateral. McCauley is furious at his son-in-law, whom he now views as a generally worthless person, and McCauley considers prosecution on the basis of the unpaid loans and stolen furniture. The next...

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