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Barchester Towers Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 25 Summary

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Chapter 25 Summary

Mr. Quiverful tells his wife that they will not be getting the wardenship of the hospital. While he is content to drop the subject, she is determined to take her case to Mrs. Proudie and find out if there is still a chance of getting the position. Without telling her husband, she goes to the Bishop's home to see Mrs. Proudie. The trip itself is very difficult for Mrs. Quiverful because she has to ask a local farmer to drive her there and then must bribe the servants to arrange a meeting with Mrs. Proudie.

Mrs. Proudie, who has just won another argument with her husband, is in a very good mood when she meets with Mrs. Quiverful. However, as Mrs. Quiverful relates the story of how Mr. Slope informed them that they will not be getting the position, she becomes extremely angry. Mrs. Proudie asks Mrs...

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