The Invisible Heart: An Economic Romance - Chapter Eleven and Twelve pp. 108-129. Summary & Analysis

Russell Roberts
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Chapter Eleven and Twelve pp. 108-129. Summary

Chapter Eleven is a description of a dinner party. Laura didn't intend to set Sam up as a target but her brother obviously had heard some of Sam's views and wanted to pay a one-upmanship game in front of Laura. Andrew attacked Sam and Sam's beliefs. His lack of manners to his sister's guest is incredible. Unfortunately Laura doesn't have the strength of character to stop her brother's bad behavior. Obviously Andrew believes he is God's gift to the world. He is the one with all the answers. He feels free to criticize anyone who doesn't agree with him. Andrew let the meal begin without a problem but as they approached dessert, Andrew couldn't keep from attacking. Sam decided to leave before the fighting really broke out. Sam left after an apology to...

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