Suite Scarlett - Section 4: pages 60-83 Summary & Analysis

Maureen Johnson
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Section 4: pages 60-83 Summary

In Lunch Date, Mrs. Amberson is waiting when Scarlett and Marlene arrive in the lobby at the Algonquin Hotel. Mrs. Amberson offers to treat the girls to lunch and so Scarlett orders the cheapest meal and water. Marlene however has no such compunctions. After Marlene wanders to a distant couch to make a phone call, Scarlett asks about Mrs. Amberson's past in New York, and Mrs. Amberson tells her she used to be a Broadway girl. She asks what Scarlett does with her time, and Scarlett says she writes. Mrs. Amberson seems to grow bored, so she gives Scarlett money for the meal and her errands, leaving Scarlett confusedly holding $500. Scarlett is relieved when Spencer calls to say he needs her, refusing to tell her whether he got the part unless she meets him in the park at 4 P...

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