The Invisible Heart: An Economic Romance - Chapter Nine and Ten pp. 90-107. Summary & Analysis

Russell Roberts
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Chapter Nine and Ten pp. 90-107. Summary

In Chapter Nine, Laura has a greater part than usual. She happened in the principal's office and saw Sam Gordon's folder on the desk. It had a note that looked as if Sam were going to be fired or could contest the board's decision. Laura couldn't decide how she felt about Sam. He was her total opposite. However, when she saw him in the courtyard reading at lunch time, she joined him at the table. In Sam's attempt to talk of something besides economics, he asked about her plans for her next class. Laura had a poetry class and was reading Tennyson's Ulysses. Laura and Sam discussed the Greek legend and then Laura pointed out that Tennyson was talking about the twilight years of the hero. Laura read to Sam when he asked...

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