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Chatterton Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, Chapter 3 Summary

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Part 1, Chapter 3 Summary

Harriet Scrope is fixing herself lunch when Charles Wychwood appears on her front door step for the requested meeting. Harriet quickly tells Charles about the project she is working on and asks if he will be willing to ghost write with her. Charles hesitates, not because of his own writing as Harriet assumes, but because of the portrait and his new obsession in finding out who it portrays. However, he does agree to take the job.

Charles takes Edward and goes back to the antique store where he traded his books for the painting. Charles wants to know who sold the antique dealer the painting. She tells him the seller was a Joynson from Bristol. Charles goes home and calls the only Joynson he finds listed in Bristol. An elderly gentleman, who says Charles should come and visit him, answers the phone. Charles and Phillip...

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