A Lost Lady - Part Two, Chapter Seven Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, Chapter Seven Summary

Niel wonders if the man had been considering visiting Mrs. Forrester. He wonders why Mr. Ogden did not go to see Mrs. Forrester. He believes perhaps it was because he feared he would find her changed in some way that would change his opinion of her. Niel realizes that his own opinion of Mrs. Forrester has changed. Since the death of her husband, she had been ungrounded and not herself.

Ivy Peters begins spending more time with Mrs. Forrester. Then he begins to take his friends to her house to visit with them. Niel tells Mrs. Forrester about the gossip that is circulating concerning her behavior but she does not care what they are saying. When he suggests that she move back to California, she tells Niel she plans to do so just as soon as she...

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