Barchester Towers - Study Guide Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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While Mrs. Proudie and Mr. Slope use the meeting with Dr. Harding to further their own agenda, Dr. Harding has been wounded emotionally by what Mr. Slope has said. He goes to see his daughter, Eleanor, to discuss the situation. What he does not know, however, is that Eleanor has already discussed the proposed Sunday school with Mr. Slope and expressed her approval. She does not see what her father would have to object to about this proposal and expects to congratulate him when he returns from the meeting.

Neither Eleanor nor Dr. Harding is able to explain their position to each other. Eleanor shows that she likes Mr. Slope but is very upset to have done anything that might seem to be against her father's wishes. Instead, Dr. Harding goes to discuss the matter with the Archdeacon. The Archdeacon is not home, so Dr. Harding talks...

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