The Beginning of Spring - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

Frank visits the English Chaplaincy. Mrs. Graham, the chaplain's wife, receives him. There is a woman with her, plain, about forty or fifty, who is introduced as Muriel Kinsman. Miss Kinsman has been working as a governess for a family in the depths of the country, but appears to be on her way back to England, although she expresses a willingness to stay if anybody wants her. Miss Kinsman complains about her former employers, who also appear to have had many complaints against her. On his way out Frank runs into the chaplain, Rev Edwin Graham, who is on his way to vespers. Graham greets Frank, then proceeds on his way to the chapel.

Frank leaves the Chaplaincy. Miss Kinsman follows him at some distance. He is undecided as to whether or not he should arrange things so that they cross paths. They...

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