The Age of Innocence - Study Guide Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

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Newland thinks over what Mrs. Mingott has told her. Why had Ellen agreed to stay in New York as Mrs. Mingott seems to be getting better? As he arrives early for his visit with Mrs. Mingott, he had meant to inquire as to when she was leaving to go back to Washington. Then he plans to get on the same train and travel with her, wherever she wants to go. He would have left a note for May.

On his way home, he walks past his own house to avoid May. He notices Mrs. Mingott's carriage waiting outside Mr. Beaufort's house. He waits there for Ellen to finish her visit with Mrs. Beaufort. He tells her that they must be alone, and they agree to meet the next afternoon at the art museum in the park.

The next afternoon, they meet at the museum and wander into...

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