Barchester Towers - Chapter 46 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 46 Summary

On another day at the Stanhope house, the signora is surrounded by admiring men. Mr. Arabin is there to discuss his love for Eleanor. Mr. Slope, now considered a favorite for the deanery, is also there. The signora uses the opportunity to needle Mr. Slope about his rejection by Eleanor in front of Mr. Arabin. While it is not clear if Mr. Arabin gets the message, Mr. Slope is humiliated and leaves full of hatred for the signora, which was her intention.

Chapter 46 Analysis

Again, the signora leads the way in trying to get information between Mr. Arabin and Eleanor. She makes sure that Mr. Arabin knows that Eleanor has rejected Mr. Slope, hoping that this will get him to do something to win Eleanor. She also ends her relationship with Mr. Slope.

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