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The 42nd Parallel Chapter Summary & Analysis - pgs. 193 - 214 Summary

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pgs. 193 - 214 Summary

Ward lived as a lodger in the house of Mrs. Cook while he was in Pittsburgh. He often worked until three or four in the morning and had very little free time. He did contact Mr. McGill who promised him a job at the Chamber of Commerce Information Bureau which was being formed. Ward waited to hear but nothing happened. He accidentally meets McGill at a Kiwanis Convention and McGill tells him about a position in advertising. Ward says he is interested. They set up a meeting for the next day.

The new job gave Ward his own office and he moved into the Schenley. His life changes as he began to be introduced around socially. He worked with Oliver Taylor, a nephew of one of the directors, with whom he socialized. Ward also began to educate himself about the steel industry and begins to...

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