Spoon River Anthology - Zilpha Marsh-Webser Ford Summary & Analysis

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Zilpha Marsh-Webser Ford Summary

In this section the reader meets Zilpha Marsh, who was a medium universally derided by the residents of Spoon River; James Garber, who walked swiftly to work every day through the lot where the Spoon River Opera House now stands; Lydia Humphrey, who loved the church; Le Roy Goldman, who believed a close friend or relative must speak to God on your behalf if you die having always rejected Him; Gustav Richter, who worked long days in his hot-houses; Arlo Will, who was fascinated by alligators rising from the mud; Captain Orlando Killion, who knew his captaincy in the Army and his faith in God were no mutual exclusive; Jeremy Carlisle, who believed the worst sin of all was blindness to other souls; Joseph Dixon, who tuned harps and pianos; Judson Stoddard, who wondered what God does with mountains...

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