Sister Carrie - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

Carrie finds some joy in the journey, staring out the window of the train at new sights. When they arrive in Montreal, Hurstwood takes them immediately to a hotel he is familiar with. Hurstwood sits Carrie down and gets the room himself, finding the best room available for her comfort and registering under a false name. Hurstwood begs Carrie once more to love him and to allow him the chance to make things up to her. Carrie resists, but slowly comes to warm up to him. Hurstwood leaves Carrie to bathe while he goes down to get a shave. In the lobby, Hurstwood runs into an acquaintance from the resort back in Chicago. Unnerved by this turn of events, Hurstwood decides they must move on as quickly as possible. Moments later, Hurstwood notices a man who has taken a great interest in him...

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