The Age of Innocence - Study Guide Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

A few days later, Mrs. Mingott asks for Newland to visit her. Mrs. Mingott asks for his help in convincing the family that Ellen should remain in New York and help care for her. Mrs. Mingott knows that Newland is on her side, because his name is never mentioned in the family's arguments to her.

Chapter 30 Analysis

In Chapter 30, Newland is first made aware that the family is purposely excluding him from discussions concerning Ellen. They all know that Newland is on the side of Ellen and does not share their wishes.

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