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MonkeyNotes-Main Street by Sinclair Lewis
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He asks her to take two weeks leave and go with him to Florida and other places. When they are in Charleston she tells him that she is tired of deciding and asks him to decide if she should go back to Gopher Prairie. He tells her to take the decision because he wants her to be satisfied when she returns home. She feels a new respect for Kennicott.

Kennicott returns to Gopher Prairie and writes to her about all the happenings in Gopher Prairie. Carol consults the leader of the suffrage movement whether she should return home. The leader tells her that people like her are not really useful to her because the movement needs really dedicated people without any attachments and she points out that Carol has a son. She gives Carol a simple doctrine. She should go on asking disturbing questions like why is it so and who made the rule. She asserts that if many people asked questions, things would change faster. Carol decides to go back. She also decides that she will not be afraid to ask questions.


She is able to look at Gopher Prairie with sympathy. She feels tenderly protective of its people and their aspirations. She remembers that Kennicott and Sam Clark used to listen to her songs. She dreams that Ella Stowbody and Mrs. Bogart torture her and feels that Gopher Prairie is not waiting for her as she had imagined. The next day she sees Gopher Prairie as her home waiting for her. She returns to Gopher Prairie after two years of stay in Washington. She is also pregnant with their second baby.

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