A Cup of Tea: A Novel of 1917 - Pages 62-99 Summary & Analysis

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At the end of the work day, Eleanor emerges from the shop and discovers Philip's carriage waiting for her. He holds the door open from the inside. Eleanor does not think she should accept the ride at first but Philip insists. The next steps aren't followed but it is known that they stop for a drink and they have a brief kiss goodbye.

Meanwhile, Rosemary is waiting for Philip at a restaurant, wondering what has detained him. When he finally does show up, he tells her he was at the War Office.

Days later, Rosemary opens her mail when she discovers a card from Eleanor with the money Rosemary had lent her. When she says "Philip, she's sent me back my money," Philip pretends he does not know who she's talking about. Rosemary is pleased with the card, as she takes...

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