The Song of the Lark - Part IV Summary & Analysis

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Part IV Summary

As Thea travels toward the Ottenburg Ranch, she reflects on her musical career so far and believes it is a complete failure. Being out of needless business of the world gives Thea a chance to relax. Chapter II details the way Thea spends her days at the ranch. During the days she explores the cliff dwellings of Panther Canon. She chooses one of these rock rooms as her own and lines it with rugs to make a snug resting place. It is during her days of rest that Thea begins to think of music more as a sensual experience that a thing to be struggled with and conquered.

As Thea spends her days in the homes of the ancient Indian people, she begins to feel a special connection with these people. Chapter III describes the sadness she still feels coming from...

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