A House Among the Trees - Four - FIve Summary & Analysis

Glass, Julia
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Tommy talks to Morty’s lawyer Franklin about Morty’s wish to create a home for homeless boys. He wanted to be remembered for doing something good. In his will, Morty asked that all of his stuff be auctioned off to fund the home that he wanted to be called Ivo’s House. Morty told Tommy he was mad at the museum because they were honoring another author named Stuart whom Morty disliked. Franklin reveals that Morty wanted Tommy to be successful and live well off of his plans.

Meanwhile, Nick prepares to meet Andrew while planning a weekend at Morty’s house. The narrator returns to a younger Tommy and her experience working for Morty. Morty handled fame well and wrote his next big hit: a teenage trilogy called The Inseparables. A few months before his death, Morty was asked to...

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