Sister Carrie - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

The next morning Hurstwood's wife annoys him with questions about their vacation, hoping to be able to take a vacation at the same time as all the other influential families in town. Hurstwood says he is too busy just now. Besides, he reminds her, there are the season tickets to the races to consider. Mrs. Hurstwood announces that the races are not what they thought they would be this year and they would rather go on vacation. Meanwhile, Drouet discusses marriage with Carrie, suggesting that he will finish a large project soon that will enable him to be available to marry her. Carrie says she does not believe he ever intended to marry her. Drouet goes off to work a few minutes later and Carrie rushes out to meet Hurstwood in the park. Drouet has forgotten something, however, and returns to the apartment...

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