Sister Carrie - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 Summary

That night Hurstwood takes a room at the Palmer House, hoping his absence will cause his wife some remorse. However, Hurstwood's wife does not care if he comes home or not. It is that night that Hurstwood also recalls that the bulk of his property is in his wife's name, meaning she has all of his assets even without a divorce. Hurstwood knows he is in a desperate situation and his only bright light is Carrie. However, Carrie does not write to him and does not meet him in the park the next morning. Hurstwood checks the mail carefully for word from Carrie and is disappointed to find nothing. A message does come from his wife, however, asking for the money necessary to go on vacation. Hurstwood refuses to acknowledge the message. Another note comes later in the day and being aware that...

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