The Song of the Lark - Part V Summary & Analysis

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Part V Summary

While in Denver for a stockholder meeting Archie receives a letter from Thea asking for friendship, advice and money. He makes arrangements to travel to New York to do what he can for her. First, he visits a tailor to fit himself up with proper clothes. In the second chapter Ottenburg waits to see Thea at her hotel. When she lets him come to her room she tells him Archie is coming. Ottenburg is upset that Thea plans to take money from Archie but won't take money from him. Thea reasons that if she takes money from Ottenburg it will look as if she is a "kept" woman. Ottenburg argues he has done much more for her than Archie. He tells her it is he that helped her to develop and feel comfortable in her own personality.

In Chapter III Thea...

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