The Song of the Lark - Part 1, Chapters VI - XI Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapters VI - XI Summary

While walking back from a patient's home during a sandstorm Archie meets Thea and Thor. Archie invites Thea to go with him that evening to tend to Spanish Johnny. Johnny has returned exhausted from one of his mysterious trips. Johnny would embark on one of these trips after he spent a night singing in the saloon. He would then travel the country singing and playing his mandolin in saloons until he becomes completely used up and returns exhausted and sick from his adventure. Mrs. Tellamantez tells Archie and Thea that Johnny goes on these trips because he is fooled by the excitement he feels when people hear him sing and play. She contends he does not have the knowledge to realize he can't succeed as a musician.

In Chapter VII Ray Kennedy is introduced. He...

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