The Professor's House - Book 1, The Family, Chapter 11-13 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, The Family, Chapter 11-13 Summary

Kathleen and St. Peter are discussing their seamstress, Augusta, who lost five hundred dollars on a bad investment. When St. Peter suggests that they talk to Rosamond, Kathleen tells him that it will do no good because Rosamond already refused to help. She refused to help because Louie Marsellus, her husband, advised Augusta not to make the investment. They decide to donate one hundred dollars each, with the hope that Rosamond will make up the rest.

Kathleen then notices that St. Peter still has Tom's blanket, and tells the story of how Roddy gave it to him.

Later, while St. Peter is eating breakfast, he reads a note from Mrs. Crane requesting a meeting. In the meeting, she asks him what money they could receive from the help that Dr. Crane gave to Tom Outland...

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