The Street - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

Lutie is traveling on a packed train. Just as the other passengers, she becomes lost in her own thoughts. As she looks at an advertisement of a sparkling kitchen, she recalls the Chandler's kitchen in Connecticut where she worked as a nanny to Little Henry and as a maid to the Chandler's for two years. While at the Chandler's, she mailed her check to her husband, Jim, weekly so that he could pay for the mortgage and feed himself and Bub. She even limited her visits home in order to save money.

In order to get the job at the Chandler's she asked Mrs. Pizzini at the vegetable market to write her a letter of reference since she had no work experience. Mrs. Pizzini agreed to give her the letter and told her to return tomorrow. When Lutie picked up the letter, Mrs...

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