Suite Scarlett - Section 6: pages 107-125 Summary & Analysis

Maureen Johnson
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Section 6: pages 107-125 Summary

In Act II, the Empire Suite was the last room completed in J. Allen Raumenberg's 1929 refurbishment, and he manipulated shades of light and dark so the room always seems suspended in the hour of twilight. The room's first inhabitant was a dancer, Clara Hooper, so the room had a strong connection to the theater world from its start.

In The Inhabitant, Scarlett checks her email since Mrs. Amberson ponders how to write a life and she is stuck waiting for her employer to form one cohesive thought for the book. At Scarlett's questions, Mrs. Amberson tells her about working as a waitress when she first moved to New York, but she is distracted when Lola arrives with Chip. Mrs. Amberson decides to go to a Turkish bath so she tells Scarlett to take a few hours off and "do...

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