Spartina - Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33 Summary

When Dick gets to Elsie's, she has already started on a bottle of wine. She gives Dick the check before she can forget. She shares some advice from her brother-in-law. He says that he shouldn't go into business with Joxer Goode. Jack thinks that Joxer is not making it. Elsie's advice is to be more cheerful. They swim for a while and then dance nude in her living room. It is obvious that neither of them is in a festive mood. Elsie states that she is going to stop drinking for a week to take care of Miss Perry, then her leave will be over, and she will have to return to work.

At that time, a car's headlights appear in the driveway. As the doorbell rings, Elsie is just getting dressed, and she turns on the lights and lets Mary Scanlon into...

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