A Single Man - "Again George's office comes in useful . . .": Pages 75-102 Summary & Analysis

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In the third section of A Single Man, Isherwood provides his readers with the activities George busies himself with once he leaves the college. Told from the perspective of a third person omniscient narrator, who occasionally veers into free indirect discourse — speech which, in brief, can be read as occurring either from the narrator or from the characters which he narrates — ""Again George's office comes in useful . . ." can be split into three sections: pages 76-82 concern George's walk to the bookstore with Kenny Potter; pages 82-92 concern George's discussion in the dining hall with Grant and Cynthia; and pages 92-102 describe George's visiting Doris, in the hospital.

Arriving in his office to escape the questions of Mrs. Torres, George speaks, briefly, to Dr. Gottlieb, before gathering his things and departing. On his way out, George passes Kenny...

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