Marjorie Morningstar - Part 3: Sodom, Chapters 12-20: Wally Wronken, A Kiss under the Lilacs, Marjorie at South Wind, Shirley, The Red Glasses, The Rowboat, The Toreador, The South Wind Waltz, No Dishes to Vash Summary & Analysis

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Part 3: Sodom, Chapters 12-20: Wally Wronken, A Kiss under the Lilacs, Marjorie at South Wind, Shirley, The Red Glasses, The Rowboat, The Toreador, The South Wind Waltz, No Dishes to Vash Summary

Chapters 12 and 13 relate the successful efforts of Marjorie to obtain summer employment at South Wind for the next summer season. Maxwell Greech is a former lawyer turned manager of South Wind, and he is holding interviews with would-be candidates, specifically Wally Wronken and Marjorie Morgenstern. Wally, who has worked as a stagehand now wants to be a writer. Breech insists that Wally remain as stage manager, but allows him to submit shows on his own time and to bunk in the writers' cabin...

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