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Eleanor's French teacher died and is replaced by a young man whom she immediately liked. They sit and talk and he tells her about how he came to Chicago. He is a painter named Maurice Millet. On Sunday, she arranges for him to meet Eveline and her friend Eric Enstrom at the Art Institute. They had dinner at Hutchins house and then went to visit the Shusters. Maurice did not like the Shusters.

Marice moves in with Eric when Eric rents a studio on North Clarke Street. They began having their parties there instead of at the Shusters. That summer, Eveline left for Europe with her family.

Eric helps Eleanor secure a job at Marshall Field. She worked out well and was making more money. A story circulated that she was a society girl who didn't have to work. She moved from Moody House to...

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