Spoon River Anthology - John Cabanis-Searcy Foote Summary & Analysis

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John Cabanis-Searcy Foote Summary

In this section the reader meets John Cabanis, who deserted the conservative party to lead the liberal party; The Unknown, who searches Hades for the soul of a hawk he killed; Alexander Throckmorton, who knew great ambition later in life, but had not the strength to pursue it; Jonathan Swift Somers, who enriched his soul with books, thought and suffering; Widow McFarlane, who weaved carpets for the village; Carl Hamblin, who was tarred and feathered; Editor Whedon, who was able to see all sides of a question and to pervert truth for a purpose; Eugene Carman, who broke a vein in his head; Clarence Fawcett, who stole blankets to pay for his little girl's doctor bill; W. Lloyd Garrison Standard, who was a vegetarian and a free-thinker; Professor Newcomer, who marveled that man evolved a spiritual life from his...

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