Barchester Towers - Study Guide Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Mr. Arabin, having learned about Eleanor's imagined marriage plans with Mr. Slope, now begins to consider his own feelings toward her and regrets that he might have missed his chance to be with her. While not recognizing that he has fallen in love with Eleanor, he cannot abandon the idea of seeing her again before she leaves. He finds her in the drawing room and attempts to start a conversation with her. She refuses because she fears she will lose her temper or cry and she does not want to show her emotions. She accuses him of talking about her behind her back but does not explain that she thinks he started the idea that she was going to marry Mr. Slope. Mr. Arabin cannot defend himself because he does not know what she is talking about. She storms off and at that moment Mr. Arabin realizes...

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