Dancing at Midnight - Study Guide Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Awake before the rest of her household in Chapter Three, Belle decides that she will make John like her, and decides to go call upon him. However, to keep up appearances, she must take her maid with her. They arrive, to find that John has just woken up, though he won't admit this to Belle. He is disgruntled that she has come to see him, and cranky at being awoken. She tries to make small talk with him, only to find that he has no talent for small talk. Belle has brought him a basket of food to make amends and to welcome him to the neighborhood. However, just when the two of them seem to be getting on well, John tells her never to come again, and they argue once more before she leaves. Nevertheless, as she leaves, Belle thinks that he seems to...

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