Sister Carrie - Chapter 41 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 41 Summary

Carrie attempts to talk to the managers running the chorus lines at the various theaters, but has no luck without an appointment. The next day, however, Carrie manages to see the manager at the Casino and is given a part in the chorus line there. Carrie thinks this was all very easy compared to what Hurstwood has made her think and pressures him to find a job. Carrie begins rehearsals the following week, thinking how easy the actors' jobs were, and continues to work around the flat, while Hurstwood spends his days reading the paper and harassing her about the money she spends. Hurstwood has run out of money except for a few dollars he hid away for his papers, and expects Carrie's salary to pay for their rent and living expenses.

Chapter 41 Analysis

Carrie has found a job after only a week...

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