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Barchester Towers Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 35 Summary

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Chapter 35 Summary

Mr. Slope has received mostly noncommittal responses from his influential friends but is encouraged that they will help him to get the deanery. He uses this boost to prepare to ask Eleanor to marry him. He plans to do so at the Thorne's party.

The plans for the Thorne's party are complicated by many factors. On one hand, the party is meant to be split between the upper classes and the tenant farmers that live on Thorne property. One side of the house will host the upper classes and the other side of the house will host the tenants. Miss Thorne is worried that some socially mobile tenants, such as the Lookaloft family, will try to attend the upper class section instead of the tenant section and she is not sure what to do about this. The other issue lies in Miss Thorne's plans for entertainment at...

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