Manhattan Transfer - Chapter 13, One More River to Jordan Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, One More River to Jordan Summary

George and Phil Sandbourne ride the New York City subway while standing and holding onto straps. Phil is out of the hospital after he was struck down when distracted by the beautiful woman in a cab. He has an idea to make colorful tiles that could be used to decorate skyscrapers and asks if George can invest money into the project. George claims that his finances are very complicated, and he will not be able to make any new investments for a year. He is worried that scandal might erupt from his association with Ellen, which could lead to divorce from Cecily.

In Ellen's apartment, she is under stress from her job and the fact that Stan has died. She wishes she could cry but cannot, and she would like to get out...

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