On page 5, Henry shows his generosity in this bit in which Henry talks about the cello he gave away:
A baby grand piano centered the room. Something didn't seem right. 'You buy a new piano?'[Will} said.
Henry chuckled. 'Guess again.'
'Your Strad. I remember now. It was right here, in the middle of the room.'
'Very good,' [Henry] said.
'What happened to it?'
'I gave it to a young Swedish cellist,' he said.
'I still have my Moennig cello.'
What do you think of this? What are your ideas? I'd like to know. Post a comment. What else does this tell us about Will?
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