Sister Carrie - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

Carrie wants to know what is wrong with Drouet, is told he has been in an accident, and is in a hospital in the country; therefore, they will need to take a train to get to him. Carrie goes along with this, not suspicious when Hurstwood buys the tickets in secret and rushes her aboard a train. It is not until the train conductor begins to settle the train for the long trip that Carrie begins to question Hurstwood. Even as he regrets his decisions, Hurstwood begs Carrie to stay with him. However, Hurstwood does not tell Carrie why he is running away. Finally, Carrie gives Hurstwood the impression she has elected to stay and he arranges a Pullman car for the rest of their night's journey.

Chapter 30 Analysis

Hurstwood has tricked Carrie into getting on a train with him, leaving Chicago behind...

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