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Tales of the City Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 31 through 39 Summary

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Chapters 31 through 39 Summary

"Mona vs. the Pig" Mona loses her cool with a sexist client and is fired. Back at home, she reassures Michael that she'll find some freelance work and that Mrs. Madrigal will understand. Michael agrees, commenting that Mrs. Madrigal seems "crazy" about her.

"Where is Love?" In an attempt to cheer Mona up, Michael reads her some comical personal ads, which leads him to muse on how he felt when he moved to San Francisco (see "Quotes", Chapter 32-1) and how frustrated he is now. Later, Mona ironically recalls assuring her mother (a high-powered real estate agent) that everything is fine. This leads Mona to a realization of her feelings about Mrs. Madrigal (see "Quotes", Chapter 32-2), and goes down to tell her about being fired.

"If the shoe fits" At a bar in the Castro (see "Objects/Places"), Michael has a drink with an...

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