A Frolic of His Own - Section 12 (through page 349) Summary & Analysis

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Section 12 (through page 349) Summary

Oscar tells Christina about an appeal being filed and oral arguments being scheduled soon. Oscar has to thank whoever has acted on his behalf, and Christina says whenever she has tried to reach Harry, he has been unavailable. Jerry returns, wanting to discuss the stuffy character of Kane, who would better be treated as a rootless, wandering Jew, which will also put Broadway audiences in Oscar's hands. It might even earn him a Pulitzer. Oscar sniffs the Pulitzer is a hallmark of mediocrity. Jerry thinks Bagby can be intelligent and cultivated while losing his academic veneer; having Bagby hungering for intelligent talk in an intellectual wasteland will improve the character - and fit in with the counting gene, which is the second theme in Oscar's play. Jerry explains that the left hand side of the story is the runaway...

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