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Barchester Towers Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 21 Summary

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Chapter 21 Summary

Eleanor and Dr. Harding go to visit the Archdeacon and his guest, Mr. Arabin, at Plumstead. On the first day, the men all go off to inspect the church while the women stay home. Mrs. Grantly and Eleanor discuss Mr. Slope, who Mrs. Grantly hates and Eleanor defends. Eleanor still does not know that everyone thinks she is in love with Mr. Slope and does not understand how her comments will be interpreted. Later that night, Mrs. Grantly shares the conversation with her husband, who reaffirms that Eleanor will not be welcome in his house ever again if she decides to marry Mr. Slope.

The next day the whole group goes to inspect the house in which Mr. Arabin will live. During the ride over, Mr. Arabin and Eleanor start to get to know each other and begin to like each other. At the house, they are...

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