Pentimento - Arthur W. A. Cowan Summary & Analysis

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Arthur W. A. Cowan Summary and Analysis

Lillian was attending a poetry reading with Ted Roetchke when he had the idea of writing a play together. Babette Deutsch was the first reader, followed by John Lowell. After John finished his part of the reading, Ted took off for the backstage but Lillian didn't want to follow him and walked home. By the time she arrived, Ted was standing in front of her house with Babette and John and three other people. She vaguely remembered a man asking her where she kept her books. She didn't know who the man was that night but would come to know his face as well as her own.

After sending Lillian several baskets of flowers, she found out that the man who asked about her books was Arthur W. A. Cowan and that he was a...

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