What does Father give to his son as a present from the North along with an Esquimo carving?
[just say okay] Father feels odd when he realizes that savage items were treasures to him when he was in the North
Who isn't as modest/"prude" as before Father leaves on the trip? Also, becomes more independent and radical? (admires Goldman?)
What chapter basically looks at the boy in the family and how he is an intellectual who is growing up yet is slightly abnormal?
[just say okay] Tateh and girl have to live in cold, wooden tenement that is horrible during the winter; girl doesn't go to school
Who fears that the girl will have to grow up without a mother figure? Or worse, have to grow up with a mother figure she hates?
[just say okay] Tateh's reaction to the strike is odd because he is glad they will be shot to death instead of starved or frozen
Ettort and Giovonetti
Who wrongly is sent to jail for murdering a woman during the Lawrence strike even though only cops and govt. officials held guns?
[just say okay] Tateh reluctantly signs up girl to be housed by a family in either Boston, NY, or Philadelphia during strike
In what chapter does Tateh decide he doesn't want to live the factory life anymore? He publishes his book.
Franklin Novelty Company
What company decides to publish Tateh's silhouette "movie books" for $25?
Who believes that certain people are too stupid to do too much work, so the idea of interchangeable parts and an assembly line is better?
Who has saved the government from federal debt and controlled 741 directorships of 112 corporations?
Who appreciates the story "The Birthmark" by Hawthorne to make himself feel better about his nose?
[just say okay] Morgan invites over Ford for a light lunch, but it's very extravagant (lamb, bisque, pie, wine, etc.)
What people are waiting in Morgan's parlor to talk to him about his appearance before the House Committee on banking and Finance?
Who believes in reincarnation after reading "An Eastern Fakir's Eternal Wisdom"?
What is the name of the club between Ford and Morgan that forms when they decide they have lived more times than others as greater people?
Coalhouse Walker Jr.
Who is the man who visits Sarah every Sunday, looking to marry her? Pianist from St. Louis; plays Joplin's ragtime
[just say okay] Mother wants to have tea with Coalhouse just as Roosevelt had dinner with Booker T Washington
What event is full of foreigners and protestors who are speaking of Mexican Revolution?
Who lives with Goldman and is the drink dispenser at the reception? Speaks of being tarred and feathered?
Who confronts MYB about Evelyn and although there is some sympathy, it is said that heartbreak happens every day so it isn't that big of a deal
What chapter shows the event that causes Coalhouse to lose his mind as his car is damaged and defecated upon?
What chapter shows the stubbornness Coalhouse has as he is determined to get his car fixed and the whole case taken to court? Also goes into Coalhouse's life.
What chapter shows the end of Sarah's life when she tries to resolve the car dispute by getting the VP Sherman involved but then is taken to prison, then a hospital, and there she dies.
[just say okay] Grandfather falls and breaks pelvis in the springtime, which symbolizes as his declining health. He is happy still though
Who hires a chemist and Steinmetz to work to find a way to talk to the dead so he can talk to his deceased mother?
[just say okay] Houdini works harder, almost without care for his life at all as he does more dangerous things
Who does Father blame for letting Sarah into the house and putting them all in a sensitive situation?