Manhattan Transfer - Chapter 9, Fire Engine Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, Fire Engine Summary

Ellen walks through Central Park with Harry Goldweiser, a theater producer. His talking gives her a feeling of being entrapped. He talks about how he worked constantly as a younger man to make money, but now he has enough to spend on Ellen. They end up on the terrace of the Casino. As Harry talks about Coney Island, Ellen suggests that they go there.

George talks with Gus McNiel about the upcoming strike, political intrigues and how Gus should be careful with the unions. Joe O'Keefe comes into the office. He brings information that the union will fight and then leaves. He encounters Joe Harland and offers him a cigar. Harland takes the cigar, and they talk about money, women and Wall Street. Harland borrows a dollar from O'Keefe on the pretense that his stomach feels out of sorts...

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