Martin - Martin's relations with Leora seem calm and serene after his more turbulent connection with Madeline When Digamma Pi is giving a dance he

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Unformatted text preview: Martin's relations with Leora seem calm and serene after his more turbulent connection with Madeline. When Digamma Pi is giving a dance, he and Leora shop together for his clothes, finally deciding on dinner jacket and black waistcoat. When they arrive at the ball, however, many of the men wear white waistcoats and even white gloves. At first, Leora has no dancing partners, but after Fatty Pfaff breaks the ice by asking her to dance, she has partners galore. Martin stands and watches her jealously, refusing to ask other girls to dance. She notices his attitude and tells him how much she enjoys dancing and her "dandy partners," promising that she is absolutely his and forbidding him ever to be jealous again. From now on, he is her slave. Clif Clawson, too poor to attend the ball, meets Martin and Leora afterwards at the door of the Imperial Cafeteria. Clif is favorably impressed by Leora even though she seems to look through his Imperial Cafeteria....
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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