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The Young Man from Atlanta Chapter Summary & Analysis - Scene 6 Summary

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Scene 6 Summary

Lily Dale is in the drawing room. Clara comes and says that her friend says that Mrs. Roosevelt has nothing to do with the Disappointment Club. Lily Dale asks whether Will is in. Clara says he's resting, and Pete and Carson have gone to Atlanta. Lily Dale confesses that she spent the afternoon with the young man from Atlanta who told her that Carson was a liar and that Carson said what he said because he's angry he wasn't Bill's friend. The young man said that everybody in Atlanta knows Carson is a liar. She says the young man is out in the car, and she hopes she can talk Will into talking to him.

Will comes in and asks where she was. She says she was downtown window-shopping, and then she asks how things went at the bank. He says it was just a courtesy call...

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