Belinda - Belinda. Volume 2, Chapters 22 and 23: A Spectre and The Chaplain Summary & Analysis

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Belinda. Volume 2, Chapters 22 and 23: A Spectre and The Chaplain Summary

On the night of the operation, Lady Delacour begs the surgeon to postpone, as she is convinced that she will die that night. Later, she confesses to Belinda that she has been having visions of Lawless, the man whose death she feels responsible for. Belinda sees movement outside the window and tells Doctor X. The gardener then informs them that a thief has been caught in a trap by the cherry tree. It turns out that this 'thief' is none other than Mrs. Freke, dressed in man's clothes and spying on Lady Delacour. Mrs. Freke is annoyed to find that the man she thought she had caught Lady Delacour with is actually just her surgeon.

Lady Delacour realizes that her vision of Lawless was actually Mrs. Freke...

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