Sister Carrie - Chapter 46 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 46 Summary

With Carrie gone, Hurstwood sells their furniture and moves into a cheap hotel in order to conserve his money. Carrie worries about Hurstwood at first, but soon forgets about him in the excitement of her career. After a successful part in one play, Carrie gets another part in a new play as a silent character. At first Carrie is unhappy with the part because it has no lines, but soon she becomes the hit of the play and is offered a large contract by the theater. Hurstwood reads in the paper about Carrie's success and decides not to bother her about it.

Chapter 46 Analysis

In the theme of ambition, Carrie's work has finally taken her to the heights she has dreamed of since the little play she was in back in Chicago. Now Carrie not only is successful, but she is becoming famous...

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