Agnes Grey - Chapter VII and VIII Summary & Analysis

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Chapter VII and VIII Summary

In Chapter VII, a snowstorm hits the day of Agnes' trip to Horton Lodge, which makes her long journey even more difficult. When she finally arrives at the house, Agnes is led into the schoolroom where she is formally introduced to two girls and two boys which she believes to be her students. The older girl asks Agnes if she would like to go upstairs, and has her sister, Matilda, take her to her room. Agnes is served tea in her room. She has to go in search of a servant to bring up her luggage. The servants treat her in a seemingly uncaring manner. She wakes the next morning feeling as if she has been transported to another world. Although Agnes is not particularly excited to meet her students, she has already decided to begin their relationship by calling them...

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