Maggie: A Girl of the Streets - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Pete and Maggie visit the theater again and are entertained by the performers on stage. During the conversation, Maggie tells Pete of past incidences of her family's insults, tempers, and rages. Pete denounces both her brother and her mother for the way they have treated Maggie. As the music begins to play, Maggie watches Pete and equates his fine dress to a newer, finer way of life for herself. Maggie is now happy and decides that she will be so as long as Pete adores her. Then, she begins to notice the other men near them. There are older men and younger men trying to make eye contact with her. Maggie begins to feel uncomfortable and decides that she would rather leave than sit there with the men gawking at her thinking she was something other than what she was. On their way out, Maggie notices two women all made...

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