Charlotte Temple - Chapters 30-35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 30-35 Summary

A servant tries to turn Charlotte away, but accepts her note and request for an immediate answer. Playing cards with Corydon, Mrs. Crayton claims that she "can't relieve every body." Charlotte asks him to go back and say that she knows her. Sneaking in behind the messenger, Charlotte asks how la Rue could not know the girl she has ruined. Mrs. Crayton orders the terrifying young woman taken away, but Charlotte begs on her knees, recounting their time together in Chichester and on shipboard, and recalling Montraville and Belcour's names. Mrs. Crayton, jealous of her reputation and worrying how much her husband might spend on sheltering Charlotte, orders her sent away. Charlotte begs at least to be allowed to die in the mansion. When Charlotte falls senseless to the floor, the servants carry her out. John the doorman orders her taken...

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