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Manhattan Transfer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11, Five Statutory Questions Summary

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Chapter 11, Five Statutory Questions Summary

Joe Harland goes with O'Keefe to his mother's house. O'Keefe fixes food for Joe, but he cannot eat very much. His drinking has cost him one job, and he's looking for another. O'Keefe's brother comes home, a large younger man, drunk. An argument starts which brings in the mother. The mother tells Joe Harland to leave.

Ellen wakes up and remembers that she has not seen Stan for too long of a time. In a panic, she sets out to find him, but she turns back. She talks with Dick Snow about her divorce at a restaurant, and Harry walks up. They sit down to eat while Rachael, Harry's sister, joins them. The conversation turns to the New York theater, but Ellen's mind is on Stan. After dinner they go to the Astor roof garden and take a table. Harry asks...

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