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The Easter Parade Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Chapter 1 Summary

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Part 2: Chapter 1 Summary

Emily has graduated college and become a writer for a food magazine. Emily feels that the food magazine is just a door into the world of magazine writing. At home, Emily works on articles for more prestigious magazines, including one on abortion that relates her own experiences with abortion, that she never completes. Emily's family push her to marry again, shocked at her apparent desire to be a single, working woman. When Jack Flanders comes to work at the magazine as Emily's editor, she is instantly drawn to him. They begin dating and Emily learns that Jack is a published poet who is only working at the magazine in order to escape the world of academics. Emily reads one of Jack's books, but she finds it difficult because she is not a fan of poetry. However, she manages to say all the right things to...

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