The Song of the Lark - Part VI, Chapters VII - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Part VI, Chapters VII - Epilogue Summary

Ottenburg spends an evening with Landry, an entertainer who owned his own home in New York. The two discuss music and Thea. They are both very impressed with her voice. In Chapter VIII Thea again dines with Ottenburg and Archie. Thea is distressed because she is finally being allowed to sing the part of Sieglinde, a part for which she has had prepared for two years. However, her responsibilities of singing the part will take time away from visiting with Archie. Ottenburg leaves early allowing Thea and Archie time to talk. Archie asks her if she hasn't reconsidered marrying Ottenburg. Thea comments Ottenburg is not able to marry. Archie chides her for not having enough of a personal life. Through their private talk Thea assures Archie she is the same girl with the...

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