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

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Glen Papineau Summary

Claude calls Glen again, and Glen was the source of the idea for Claude to search the hay. Glen heads out to stake out the Sawtelle farm. He wants to knock Edgar out before Edgar gets home, and then bring Edgar to the car. Glen then sees Edgar heading across the field toward the barn.

Glen Papineau Analysis

Glen's involvement in the Sawtelle family drama is dangerous. He is an outsider, drawn into things through the death of his father, and now seeks to even further ingratiate himself in the goings-on. Glen is obsessed with getting to speak to Edgar, so much so that he stakes out the Sawtelle family farm.

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