A Lost Lady - Part One, Chapter Three Summary & Analysis

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Part One, Chapter Three Summary

For several years, Niel only sees Mrs. Forrester during the summer. She always invites him to her parties and dances. After Mr. Forrester's accident, the two spend more and more time at their house in Sweet Water. Meanwhile, the future of Sweet Water is growing dim. Ranchers are leaving and railroad officials don't stop by as often. Niel's father is one of the first to leave the town, but his son stays behind with Judge Pommeroy.

One day when he is copying notes for this uncle, Niel and the judge are visited by Mrs. Forrester. She invites the two to dinner. The Ogdens as well as Frank Ellinger will be visiting them. Mrs. Forrester requests that Niel drive her home. During the drive, Mrs. Forrester asks Niel to entertain Constance Ogden for her. She insists that Niel...

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