• The narrator recounts her dream of Manderley.
• The narrator contrasts the warm and happy place with the one that has now been abandoned.
• The narrator explains that she now lives at a hotel far away from Manderley.
• The narrator continues her nostalgic thoughts of Manderley.
• The narrator describes the day-to-day life that is lived now.
• She informs the reader that she now has a sense of freedom.
• The narrator recalls her life as a paid companion to the brash Mrs. Van Hopper.
• At the end of the chapter, attention is drawn to Max de Winter and his status as widower.
• Snobbish Mrs. Van Hopper waylays Mr. de Winter in the lounge of the hotel in Monte Carlo.
• De Winter treats her snobbishness with contempt, as reflected in witty comments that she cannot comprehend.
• The narrator is embarrassed on Mrs. Van Hopper's behalf.
• Mrs. Van Hopper...
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