McTeague: A Story of San Francisco - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

When McTeague and Marcus call on Trina on the agreed-upon day, they are surprised to run into the entire Sieppe family at B Street Station. McTeague is taken aback by Trina's apparent delight in seeing him. The Sieppe family informs Marcus that, upon receiving his letter indicating Marcus and McTeague's intention to visit, they decided they should all go on a picnic. The party sets out on their way. McTeague finds himself walking beside Trina in the procession and is surprised once again to find that she is content to strike up a conversation with the man by whom she was only recently repulsed.

After the picnic, the Sieppes invite the two friends to stay the night at their home, and upon their arrival at the home it is decided that McTeague will stay in Trina's room. He surveys every inch of her...

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