Barchester Towers - Study Guide Chapter 44 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 44 Summary

Returning home from the party, Eleanor is angry and exhausted from her ordeal with Mr. Slope and Bertie Stanhope. She confesses everything to her father but says she will not do anything to convince the Archdeacon and her sister to change their minds about her. She tries to get her father to move in with her but he refuses, thinking that sooner or later she will marry again. During this family conference, a letter arrives for Eleanor from the signora requesting a meeting. Eleanor accepts.

Chapter 44 Analysis

This short chapter helps Eleanor clear the air with her father, though confusion still continues with the Archdeacon and his wife. The signora has decided to do something to help Mr. Arabin and Eleanor, and her proposed meeting will hopefully move in that direction.

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