The Beginning of Spring - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary

Frank and Charlie go to the Chaplaincy and have a talk with Mrs. Graham. Charlie is constantly impressed with Moscow and speaks of Frank's life there as something out of Arabian Nights.

Charlie has been spending time with Selwyn, and speaks with amazement that a management accountant should also be a poet. Charlie tells about Selwyn taking him to a concert to hear the pianist, Scriabin. On the way back he ordered Charlie to stop, threw back his head and looked at the stars. He had also given Charlie a copy of his book, which impressed Charlie greatly, although he could not claim to be a reader of poetry.

When Charlie goes off with Selwyn to the Conservatoire, Frank pays another visit to Mrs. Graham. He wants to ask her about Miss Kinsman, who seems to want something from him. Mrs. Graham assures...

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