All Things Cease to Appear - Part 1: “Someday You’ll Be Sorry” & “All Things Cease To Appear” Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth Brundage
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Summary

Eddy looks at Catherine with a romantic affection and “he wanted to hold her” (122). Walking back from their old house to their uncle’s, they meet a “roamer” (123) with a trumpet at his feet. Eddy begins to play. Eddy sometimes sneaks out to check on the house at random times, watching Catherine and “[thinking] of his mother” (125).

Catherine starts gardening, and sketches things in her daily life, including the Hale boys. She flirts a bit with Eddy, asking if he will play the trumpet for her. She tells him he has “a good face” (127) and Eddy feels as though he knows her.

Eddy begins working nights at a local inn as a busboy, where he meets a girl named Willis, who claims she wants to be a poet. Willis is from the city and...

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