Sister Carrie - Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 36 Summary

Over the next six months, Carrie goes on as before. Hurstwood has found some success in his business and spends the extra money on himself while still telling Carrie that their finances are too tight for her to splurge on clothing. However, Hurstwood is quickly losing interest in his work and losing his enthusiasm for improving the place. Hurstwood begins to scheme to buy a place of his own, convincing Carrie that they should move to a smaller flat in order for him to attempt to save the money necessary to buy another place. Carrie agrees, moving to a much smaller flat that did not appeal to Carrie as much as the last. Soon after, Hurstwood learns that the man who owns the building where his current saloon is located has sold it and the new owner intends to tear the existing building...

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