Nothing But Night - Pages 37 – 63 Summary & Analysis

John Williams
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The next chapter begins with Arthur waiting for Stafford at a bar. When Stafford arrived, Arthur was embarrassed by his obviously effeminate behavior and worried that others would suspect that they were both homosexuals. Stafford suggested going somewhere else and Arthur loudly insisted that he did not like the sort of places that Stafford liked.

They went into the dining room and Stafford asked Arthur to lend him five hundred dollars to buy a printing press because he intended to set up shop as a publisher of poetry. Arthur initially laughed, which offended Stafford, so Arthur relented and told him that he would lend him the money if he could but that he did not have enough. Stafford asked Arthur to borrow the money from his father. Stafford said that, because of things Arthur had told him about his relationship with his father, he...

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