Stoner - Chapters IV and V Summary & Analysis

John Williams
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Chapters IV and V Summary

At the beginning of Chapter IV, Edith and Stoner are about to be married in Columbia at her aunt's house where their first meetings took place. Stoner's parents come to town to meet Edith right before the wedding and they have an awkward but courteous conversation before leaving. The wedding is held the next day and Stoner is filled with anxiety. Finch, perhaps noticing this, tries to take charge of the situation and reassure his friend. The couple is married and almost immediately after the ceremony Edith disappears. Later that day, Stoner finally locates her finds her with her aunt and her mother, the latter is sobbing and Edith is clearly upset herself. The Bostwicks disappears and Stoner does not see his wife again until they are preparing to leave for their honeymoon in St. Louis after...

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