Sister Carrie - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

Carrie returns home and spends much of the day thinking about Hurstwood and Drouet. Carrie is worried that Hurstwood will question her desire to be married when he believes her already married. Carrie also worries about leaving Drouet because she does have some feeling for him. When Drouet comes home, he asks her about her outing, quickly accusing her of being involved with Hurstwood. Carrie denies the allegations until Drouet tells her that Hurstwood is married. Carrie is devastated by this news, causing her to admit her relationship with Hurstwood to Drouet. Carrie defends herself by pointing out that Drouet is not faithful to her when he leaves town on business, a fact that causes Drouet to become angry. Carrie threatens to leave the apartment, but Drouet still feels affection for her, so he begs her to stay. Drouet finally agrees to move...

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