March 9 - Chapter 15 Maggie goes back to her tenement...

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Chapter 15 Maggie goes back to her tenement apartment to ask her mother and Jimmie to go back “There she stands, ain’t she a beaut, ain’t she a dandy,” she reaches out to her brother, he has a chronic sneer like Pete and repels her. . Maggie turned and WENT… As she’s going, another fight in the Johnson apt… As she goes down the hall in page 57, the old woman invites her to stay with her and says “I’ve got not moral standing.” The word Babel – no meaning exchange (religious imagery of the novel, alluding to the Tower built by people who spoke diff languages, fell apart). Chapter 16 Pete did not believe he ruined Maggie In his wolrd (of naturalism) souls did not exist… “This is what happened, oh well” Maggie goes to his work and he says “don’t bother me at work” she asks where she should go, he says, “Go to hell.” Page 60 She feel human eyes, as she walks down the street. She goes up to a man of “grace,” and he turns around, he did not “risk to save a soul,” she
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