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Barchester Towers Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 41 Summary

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Chapter 41 Summary

Eleanor avoids returning to the party and runs into Charlotte Stanhope. Eleanor confesses everything about Mr. Slope to her. Charlotte suggests that Bertie will defend Eleanor's honor. Actually, Charlotte wants Bertie to be in a position to propose to Eleanor. The proposal has to happen today because Bertie's debt problems are about to get him thrown out of his father's house.

On their way to find Bertie, they pass the signora and Mr. Arabin. While the signora and Charlotte talk, Mr. Arabin and Eleanor are very uncomfortable. They both love each other but can not find a way to express it.

Chapter 41 Analysis

With one prospective suitor rejected, Eleanor is unsuspectingly preparing to meet another. Her relationship with Mr. Arabin is going nowhere because neither is able to express their feelings to the other.

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