Barchester Towers - Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33 Summary

While the dean's illness and his possible successor are the main topics of conversation in Barchester, no action is being taken because the influential players are not at home. The Bishop is attending an extended meeting with the Archbishop in London and Mr. Slope's influential friends both happen to be on vacation, so no news has come to confirm or encourage Mr. Slope's chances.

Bertie Stanhope is still trying to win Eleanor's affection, though it is his sister Charlotte who is more interested in the match. Eleanor, again, does not see these plans or assumptions and is just being friendly. She is anxious, however, about Mr. Arabin and wants to forgive him. An opportunity to do this presents itself in the form of a party at the Thorne estate. This event is meant to have games, dancing, and other amusements. Eleanor agrees to go with the Stanhopes...

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