Marjorie Morningstar - Part 4: Noel, Chapters 28-36: Imogene, Brief Career of an Evangelist, Noel's Theory, Dr. Shapiro, Dinner at the Waldorf, Princess Jones is Produced, Marsha's Farewell Speech, The Breakiong of a Glass, Another Glass Breaks Summary & Analysis

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Part 4: Noel, Chapters 28-36: Imogene, Brief Career of an Evangelist, Noel's Theory, Dr. Shapiro, Dinner at the Waldorf, Princess Jones is Produced, Marsha's Farewell Speech, The Breakiong of a Glass, Another Glass Breaks Summary

Noel's abrupt departure from the Seder and his failure to telephone her for three days sends Marjorie into a tailspin of worry. She then receives a call from Sam Rothmore, looking for his employee who has not reported for work during the same three days. Agreeing to have lunch with Sam, Marjorie arrives at his office, only to be shown Noel's workspace, which is in complete disarray. During lunch, Sam recounts events that demonstrate a belligerent, slovenly, and rebellious...

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