Enoch Robinson: A lonely man who never grew up, Enoch moves to New York for art school. Nothing he does ever turns out right. His tires of his friends so creates imaginary friends which say the right things and allow him to be the cleverest. Getting lonely, Enoch marries, has a family, and holds a practical job until he grows tired again. He moves back to his apartment and his imaginary friends and is happy until a woman visitor drives them out. Telling George his story, he has grown old and lonely in Winesburg without his invented friends.
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