The Happy Hooker - Study Guide Chapter 11, Different Strokes for Different Folks, or, Wall Stree and Me Summary & Analysis

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Xaviera spends the entirety of Chapter Eleven categorizing the different types of customers, or johns, that she has seen in her years of being a prostitute. First she categorizes based on profession, saying that stockbrokers and bankers are some of her best customers. The stock market has an effect on the amount of business she gets, she says. She recounts two stories of how reliable the business of bankers is, then notes that they, predictably, are concerned with the fairness of the deal. She characterizes brokers as particularly rowdy and postulates that this may be a result of their typically Irish backgrounds. She goes on to characterize the behavior of many ethnic groups she has dealt with over the years, including Italian-Americans, American Jews, Greeks...

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