The Winter of Our Discontent - Part Two, Chapter Eleven Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, Chapter Eleven Summary

It is now early June of the same year, and New Baytown is described as a village that was built on the wealth of whale oil, but is now in decline. June is bringing energy and vigor to the townspeople, and they are starting gardens, cleaning and repainting boats. Ethan and Morphy are talking at the store, and Morphy tells Ethan he should open up a store next door because all the people like him.

Before he shuts the store for the evening, Ethan places a call to the Immigration Department in New York City.

Ethan goes home and is not in a good mood. When he asks his son, Allen, what he wants to be when he grows up, Allen says he wants to be on TV, like a boy he heard about. The boy was...

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