Joy in the Morning - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3-4 Summary

When Carl leaves for his first day of classes after getting married, he leaves a sweet note for Annie on the table. Annie awakens later with much to do with her first day to herself. She writes a letter to her mother, and sends money for her brothers. Next, she reads the want ads, looking for work, but finds little that suits her. Then, she visits the bank, to transfer her savings from Brooklyn, though Carl swore she will not use her money for household expenses. After talking with several of the townspeople, Annie wonders about their accent, which differs from hers noticeably.

After a bite for lunch, Annie visits the dime store for an alarm clock. She successfully haggles the man on a fair price for a simple clock. As she walks back to the boarding house, she passes a...

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