A Discovery of Witches - Chapters 39-43 Summary & Analysis

Deborah Harkness
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In Chapter 39, Diana has recovered enough to go downstairs for breakfast the next morning. The house begins rearranging, making it clear they should expect guests. Emily says a new room has materialized “between the bathroom and the junk room” (517). Miriam is amazed that the house is also able to furnish the room. Diana recalls that the house “came up with a record four bedrooms and a Victorian parlor set” (517) just before her 13th birthday celebration. Emily remembers that the house provided new china for that event as well. No one knows where the house keeps the items until they are needed. Diana and Matthew go to the site of Juliette's death, and Diana is horrified to see the tree has died. Sarah believes she “pulled the life out of it” (518). For the first time, Diana recognizes the depth of her promise to the...

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