Belinda - Belinda. Volume 3, Chapters 24 and 25: Peu a Peu and Love Me, Love My Dog Summary & Analysis

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Belinda. Volume 3, Chapters 24 and 25: Peu a Peu and Love Me, Love My Dog Summary

One day Marriott comes in with some news. Helena found a bullfinch (a small songbird with a pinkish-red breast) that was injured in the garden. While out buying seed for it, they discovered an advert asking for the return of a lost bullfinch. When Marriott followed the instructions, she was taken to a shop where she found out the address of the bird's owner, who rumor has it is the mistress of Clarence Hervey. She went to take the bird back, and there she found Virginia St. Pierre and her guardian, a woman called Mrs. Ormond, who holds a letter addressed to Mr. Hervey. Lady Delacour is shocked to hear this news, but is determined not to judge Mr...

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