Wells Tower's The Landlord Analysis

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In honor of the return of my eccentric landlord, this week I read Wells Tower’s The Landlord. In the letter I wrote to you, I spoke about wanting to write a quietly horrible story. Though I am not sure Driving Thomas is exactly “quiet,” I do think this story captures that feeling. This story is made of nine short sections. Though the landlord interacts with several tenants, Armando- a good man who is often late with his rent, seems to be the focus of this story. Armando is described in the following way: “Armando lives in one of the worst properties I own, an apartment complex so rife with mold and vermin that, when I sent a man to clean a vacant unit there, he developed an eye infection that didn’t clear up for a month.” There are quite a

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