Barchester Towers - Study Guide Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

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The party is set to begin and the tenants have all arrived. The upper classes, however, are fashionably late. Because the upper class guests have not yet arrived, the Lookalofts manage to insert themselves into that section of the party against the Thornes' wishes.

Eleanor arrives with the Stanhopes and is upset when Mr. Arabin clearly sees her get out of the carriage with Mr. Slope. She seeks out her father to explain to him that she does not like Mr. Slope and did not choose to ride with him. She clearly states that she does not want to marry Mr. Slope and the two of them make up.

Miss Thorne is desperate for someone to try the quintain, but no one wants to mess up their nice party clothes. One son of the tenant farmers agrees to try it in order to please her and ends...

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