Barchester Towers - Chapter 45 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 45 Summary

At the Stanhope house, Charlotte tries to convince her father to give Bertie another chance but he refuses. At this point Bertie arrives home from the party and must explain himself. He gives no excuse for himself and his father orders him to leave the following day. Bertie is unresponsive, drawing pictures while his father yells at him. The argument is resolved by the father agreeing to pay for some of Bertie's trip to Italy. Later that night, Bertie reveals that he did not really propose and that he has told Eleanor about Charlotte's scheme to help him marry her. The next day Bertie leaves for Italy.

The day after that, Eleanor arrives for her meeting with the signora. The signora tells her directly that Mr. Arabin loves her and that she needs to be honest about her feelings for him. Eleanor is shocked by the straightforwardness...

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