McTeague: A Story of San Francisco - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

The wedding festivities go on in grand style, with everyone enjoying himself or herself immensely. At the table, Old Grannis is forced to sit next to Miss Baker, despite all efforts to avoid this fate. During the meal, neither one speaks to the other. Marcus proposes a toast to the health of the bride, and they drink champagne. It is the first taste of champagne for most of them. McTeague says that it is the best beer he ever drank. The party laughs at his mistake, especially Marcus, who is pleased at the blunder of his former friend. He revels in the moment of being, at least in his mind, superior to his friend. Trina defends her groom, saying that he is aware of his mistake, that it was intentional.

The wedding party feasts on all manner of delicacies until their stomachs can...

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