What does henry mean by His Comment 'I suppose it's in the family?"

Asked by Ŝũmiť Ğőyãĺ | 18th Sep, 2014, 01:50: PM

Expert Answer:

Henry Slater knows that the sisters Mrs. Slater (his own wife) and Mrs. Jordan are greedy and materialistic. They feigned love for their aging father, but all they wanted was his money. Both the sisters often bickered about getting a share of their father’s belongings. Henry’s wife unabashedly stole her father’s new slippers and presented them to her husband. In order to sarcastically comment on the sisters’ greed, Henry stated, “I suppose it is all in the family.” 

Answered by Sandhya Raghavan | 18th Sep, 2014, 07:27: PM

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