The Invisible Heart: An Economic Romance - Chapter One and Two pp. 2-17. Summary & Analysis

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Chapter One and Two pp. 2-17. Summary

Chapter One introduces our hero and heroine on the first day of school. While they don't meet, Laura Silver hears about the economics teacher down the hall who has given away money on the first day. Laura has started her "proper" class with a quote from Wordsworth that makes the students think of money. Someone asks her why a quote from Wordsworth when they are starting the class with a study of Dickens. She tells them to read the first assignment and see if they can discover why she has used the quote. After the class ends, she goes down the hall and looks into the economic classroom. Sam is not there. His class room is decorated as she would guess a dry economist would have it decorated. One movie poster is out...

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