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The Habit of Being: Letters Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3, Part II Continued, pges. 101 - 150 Summary

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Chapter 3, Part II Continued, pges. 101 - 150 Summary and Analysis

There are 275 letters in Part 2 of the book. They range in length from quite brief, as in one dated 5 December 1955 to Elizabeth McKee. She tells Elizabeth that Catharine Carver is leaving Harcourt Brace - which is the publisher Flannery has been working with the most. It matters a great deal to Flannery, of course. She writes that she will be able to stay if Denver Lindley becomes her editor. She is concerned about staying or leaving; she writes that she dare not leave unless Robert Giroux will be her editor at another publishing company. Furthermore, there is the matter of whether or not she needs to return $500 she has received as pay in reimbursement because of leaving the publisher as a consequence of Catharine deciding to quit her job there. There is some doubt as...

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