The Professor's House - Book 1, The Family, Chapter 6-7 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, The Family, Chapter 6-7 Summary

In October, St. Peter walks in as Louie Marsellus and Mrs. St. Peter are planning a trip to Chicago for Rosamond's birthday and for a lecture that St. Peter will be giving at the University of Chicago. Louie is showing Mrs. St. Peter an emerald necklace he is planning to give to Rosamond on the trip. Mrs. St. Peter thinks that the necklace is too fancy, and that the Marselluses are not rich enough for Rosamond to wear it in public. Louie responds by saying that he wants Rosamond to wear it at home, and that he likes how fancy they are.

St. Peter then goes upstairs while he waits for Louie Marsellus to leave. When he is going upstairs, he thinks about his wife's relationship with her two sons-in-law. Her relationship with both Louie...

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