A Test of Wills - Chapters 9-10 Summary & Analysis

Caroline and Charles Todd
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Chapters 9-10 Summary

In Chapter 9, Dr. Warren is out on his medical rounds and stops at Agnes Farrell's house to look in on Agnes's granddaughter, Lizzie. He doesn't know what is wrong with the child. She won't eat or sleep, or speak of what might be bothering her. In addition, when her father, Ted Pinter, comes near his daughter she becomes terrified. Ted is the groom on the Haldane's estate. The doctor is at a loss when Lizzie's mother, Meg, asks what they can do. He knows the little girl has suffered some emotional trauma but is helpless to draw her out of it.

At Mallows, Rutledge calls Lettice's maid to help calm her after her crying jag. Lettice tells a small lie to the maid to avoid connecting her tears with Catherine Tarrant. She wants to avoid gossip. Mark Wilton arrives at Mallows just as Lettice pulls...

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