Not Without Laughter - Chapters 19-21, Ten Dollars and Costs, 'Hey, Boy!', Note to Harriett Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19-21, Ten Dollars and Costs, 'Hey, Boy!', Note to Harriett Summary and Analysis

Two major events happen in "Ten Dollars and Costs". First, Sandy is offered a job working as a bell-hops assistant at Drummer's hotel. While Hager thinks that bad things go on at hotels and doesn't want Sandy to work there, she recognizes that he needs the money and tells him to be good. When he quits his job, his boss gets mad at him. One day after coming home from the hotel, Sandy finds Hager reading the evening paper; she sees an article claiming that Harriett and Maudel have been arrested for prostitution and fined "ten dollars and costs". Hager is devastated, and Sandy doesn't know what street-walking is.

In "Hey, Boy!", Sandy likes his job at the hotel...

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