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The Lazarus Project - Section 1: Pages 1 – 63 Summary & Analysis

Aleksandar Hemon
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A photograph of a moderate, upper class residence building is presented. It is March 2, 1908 in Chicago, Illinois. Theresa, the maid at 21 Lincoln Place, owned by Police Chief George Shippy, answers the door to a young, thin, suspicious man with a foreign accent. Theresa advises the man to come back at nine, for the Chief is not yet receiving visitors. The young man agrees to do so and notices a pretty young girl look at him through the window across the street. The young man looks with disdain at the upper classes as he walks down Webster Street, knowing the blood, sweat, and tears of the lower classes have made Chicago possible. The young man, having emigrated to Chicago seven months before, misses the heat of the summer and thinks of Isador.

The young man goes into Ludwig’s Supplies, a grocer, on the...

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