The Story of Edgar Sawtelle: A Novel - Glen Papineau Summary & Analysis

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Glen Papineau Summary

Glen is still saddened by the death of his father, though it has been two months since the incident. Glen and Claude reminisce about Doctor Papineau, for whom Claude worked when he was younger. They discuss the death of Gar as well, and Claude comments on the fact that he finds it strange that Edgar cannot remember much of what happened when Gar died.

Glen suspects that Edgar has something to do with Doctor Papineau's death, perhaps amounting to manslaughter.

Glen Papineau Analysis

Glen Papineau, fueled by alcohol, bitterness, and Claude's ruminations, becomes determined to find Edgar. Glen even believes that Edgar is somehow responsible for his father's death. Edgar's enemies have now doubled in number.

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