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Kane and Abel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 4, 1932-1941, Chapters 21 & 22 Summary

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Part 4, 1932-1941, Chapters 21 & 22 Summary

After losing the election to be chairman, Chapter 21 takes William and Kate on a much needed vacation to Europe. When stranded with car trouble, the couple got married so they could spend the night in the one last room the hotel had to offer.

Once back in Boston, William has a difficult time working under the new chairman. Matthew is coming to work late, drunk sometimes, and his womanizing reputation is growing fast. William is trying to work extra to cover for Matthew. William's home life is happy, especially when Kate announces she is pregnant.

Richard Higginson Kane was born six weeks premature, but healthy. William immediately wires the church school and enrolls the boy to start in 1943.

At the bank, Simmons tells William that he doesn't trust Matthew's judgment since he is coming to work drunk. William leaves Simmons' office angry and...

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Kane and Abel from Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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