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09-26-2014, 05:06 AM   #89
Amany Ezzat
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Meanwhile, Kate and her mother are forced
byRalph to move out of their lodgings in
the house of the kindly portrait painter
Miss LaCreevy and into a cold and drafty house
Ralph owns in a London slum. Ralph finds
employment for Kate working for a fashionable
milliner, Madame Mantalini. Her husband,
Mr Mantalini, is a gigolo who depends on his
(significantly older) wife to supply his
extravagant tastes and offends Kate by
leering at her. Kate proves initially clumsy
at her job, which endears her to the head
of the showroom, Miss Knagg, a vain and
foolish woman who uses Kate to make herself
look better. This backfires when a client
prefers to be served by the young and
pretty Kate rather than the ageing Miss Knagg.
Kate is blamed for the insult, and as a result,
Kate is ostracised by the other milliners
and left friendless.
Nicholas seeks out the aid of Newman Noggs,
who shows him a letter that Fanny Squeers
has written to Ralph viciously exaggerating
the events of the beating. Noggs tells Nicholas,
who is intent on confronting his uncle,
that Ralph is out of town and advises him to
find a job. Nicholas goes to
an employment office, where he encounters
a strikingly beautiful girl. His search for
employment fails, and he is about to give up
when Noggs offers him the meagre position of
French teacher to the children of his neighbours,
the Kenwigs family, and Nicholas is hired
under the assumed name of “Johnson” to teach
the children French.
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