Agnes Grey - Chapter XI and XII Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XI and XII Summary

In Chapter XI, Agnes basically has only one student and more time to herself than she has ever had in the past. Several times the sisters ask Agnes to visit the cottagers on the park with them or visit them by herself to do favors they have promised, but don't want to carry through with. Agnes enjoys visiting with these cottagers alone because she does not like the way the sisters act around the cottagers. They are both rude and inconsiderate of the feelings of these people even though Agnes has tried to explain the proper behavior they should have around these people.

One day when Agnes has a rare day of solitude, she decides to go and visit Nancy Brown, one of the cottagers who has an inflammation in her eyes. Although the lady admits to Agnes her eyes are...

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