The Song of the Lark - Part II, Chapters I - IV Summary & Analysis

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Part II, Chapters I - IV Summary

After the first few depressing days in Chicago, Dr. Archie and Thea visit the Reverend Lars Larson, a friend of Thea's father. Thea has been accepted as a pupil of Andor Harsanyi, but has not yet found a place to stay. After hearing her voice, Larson offers Thea a temporary position of soprano in the church choir, a paying position. He also believes she can pick up some extra money singing at funerals. Larsen also directs Thea and Archie to Mrs. Lorch and Mrs. Anderson two German women who rent out rooms in their house. Chapter II describes Thea's room and details her settling in the room. She finds her accommodations pleasant.

In Chapter III Thea begins her lessons with Harsanyi. Harsanyi finds Thea to be a talented musician but one with limited...

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