The Other Alcott - Chapters 14 - 18 Summary & Analysis

Hooper, Elise
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Chapter 14 starts with May looking through Roman apartments for a Bostonian artist Anne had mentioned named Frederic Crownover. She finds him and his wife, and asks him if she can take lessons from him which he refuses at first. Then his wife takes him away to another room and he returns with his mind changed. May starts her lessons the next day and Crownover takes her around Rome saying, “Beauty is everywhere, and it’s up to use to find it and communicate it in our art so others may see it” (112). She returns the next day and they sketch all over Rome together, becoming close friends. She begins to feel consumed with Crownover, even noticing but not acknowledging a “shadow lurking in the brightness of her excitement” (116).

In Chapter 15 Crownover begins to bring in models, starting with a nude woman. May starts...

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