The New York Trilogy - Study Guide The Locked Room, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Since the writer is hiding facts from Sophie they live in tension and begin to frequently quarrel. The problem was the biography. He doesn't tell her that he is using the book as a way to find Fanshawe. Sophie argues with him about writing the book and he takes the opposite position to be contrary. He works on reading all of the letters, trying to place names with faces. Fanshaw's letters refer to various jobs that he has held in the different places he traveled to. After leaving Paris, he went to the country where he lived alone in solitude. This is when he matured as a writer. Fanshawe came back to the United States in the fall of 1972.

The writer interviewed people who had n own Fanshawe when he attended Harvard. He found Paul Schiff whose father had helped Fanshawe...

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