Spoon River Anthology - Fiddler Jones-Mrs. George Reece Summary & Analysis

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Fiddler Jones-Mrs. George Reece Summary

In this section the reader meets Fiddler Jones, who died with a thousand memories and not a single regret; Nellie Clark, whose innocence was taken by Charlie at age eight; Louise Smith, whose fiancée abandoned her after an eight-year engagement; Herbert Marshal, who left Louise for Annabelle; George Gray, whose boat never left the harbor because he feared to take chances; Hon. Henry Bennett, who was loved to death by his wife's malice of heart; Griffy the Cooper, who looked above the rim of his tub to see the true expansiveness of life; Sexsmith the Dentist, who knew that moral truth is hollow and must be propped with gold; A.D. Blood, the several-times mayor of Spoon River; Robert Southey Burke, who gave his love away to A.D. Blood; Dora Williams, who was abandoned by...

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