The Beginning of Spring - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

The next morning Frank calls up the Chaplaincy and learns from Mrs. Graham that Miss Kinsman has left for the Alexander station very early. Frank says that he thought Miss Kinsman wanted to be hired to look after his children. Mrs. Graham says she never would have suggested that because she knows why Miss Kinsman has been forced to leave her previous position.

At his office, Frank tells Selwyn about his encounter with Miss Kinsman, mainly as a check on his own understanding of the incident. Selwyn tries awkwardly to help Frank. He suggests that Frank's difficulty in making up his mind about what to do with Miss Kinsman reflects his difficulty in deciding what to do about Nellie. The conversation works its way into a pretty tight corner. Selwyn appears to be trying to tell Frank something, but it develops that, perhaps...

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