The New York Trilogy Characters

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Writer (The Locked Room)

The person referred to as the writer is the narrator and main character in The Locked Room. Educated at Columbia, he had grown up with Fanshawe in New Jersey but hadn't seen him for more than ten years when he received a letter from Sophie Fanshawe. He was being asked to review Fanshawe's manuscripts to ascertain if they were worth publishing or not. He himself was a writer and mostly published articles. He had always been afraid to attempt a novel. The writer is about thirty years old t the time. Since he was always afraid to try anything ambitious, Fanshawe he given him a chance to redeem himself in his own eyes. He agrees to accept the project.

The writer is attracted to Sophie. In fact, he is more interested in Sophie than he is in the writings of her husband. Eventually they marry...

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