Henry was devoted to his students. If they worked hard and learned their art and improved their skills, both performance and technical, he gave everything to them. To the extent that Julie thought he cared more about them than about her.
On pp. 12-13, this dialogue:
Fenton stood up again and looked down at Henry. "Hen, do this thing. If not for us, then for Mei." ...[Mei Lee was his favorite student]Henry who has up to this point steadfastly refused to intervene, now changes his mind because of his devotion to his favorite student.
"All right," Henry said opening his eyes, "You win."
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