Sister Carrie - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

Carrie is very happy when she returns home after her ride with Hurstwood, excited at the possibilities that Hurstwood's affection present to her. Hurstwood, on the other hand, is simply thinking of the pleasures he will gain from his relationship with Carrie, not a possible commitment. That Sunday, Carrie and Hurstwood have dinner at a quiet resort where neither is well known. Carrie insists on being home early and hesitates when Hurstwood asks to see her again, since Drouet is expected home. Hurstwood comes up with the idea of her writing to him in care of a local post office to let him know when it will be safe to see her again.

The next day, Hurstwood sees Drouet at the resort and speaks politely to him as usual, informing Drouet that he visited Carrie during his absence and then inviting Drouet and...

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