The New York Trilogy - The Locked Room, Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

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The writer, now Sophie's husband, moves his family to Riverside Drive. He feels secure with Sophie and feels that even the return of Fanshawe could not part them. However, he never stops thinking of Fanshawe and the danger. They are living off the income from Fanshawe's writings. There is a schedule of publication dates for the various works so they have more than enough money to live on. He finds that he can't write when he tries to and he made many excuses to himself.

Stuart Green again mentions the rumor that the writer is really Fanshawe. They decide that the writer will write a biography of Fanshawe to appear after all of Fanshawe's works have been published. He decides to write a fictional biography.

Chapter Six opens with the family traveling to New Jersey to visit Fanshawe's mother...

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