Cold Comfort Farm - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Stella Gibbons
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Chapter 9 Summary

As Flora suspected, Mr. Mybug is pleased to see her and reminds her how they met at a London party. Over orange juice and biscuits, he tells her about the book he is writing. Based on three letters he has in his possession, he is out to prove that the Bronte brother, Branwell, in fact wrote Wuthering Heights and the other Bronte novels and was a man of genius suppressed by his drunken sisters. Flora finds it rather ludicrous but humors him to avoid any form of debate. She dreads any suggestion of seeing him again and keeps an eye on the church door, hoping Amos will emerge. Finally, Mr. Mybug suggests they go for a walk but Flora declines, saying she must not miss her ride home. The congregation eventually pours out and Flora makes her excuses to leave. Mr. Mybug thrusts...

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