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Dancing at Midnight Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 5-6 Summary

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Chapters 5-6 Summary

Furious, Belle goes home in Chapter Five, only to find that John is still coming to dinner. He arrives and the two of them are cold to each other, despite the best efforts of Alex and Emma to thaw the air. As they talk, however, Belle begins to warm to John, and he to her, once again. Alex and Emma go ahead, despite custom, into the dining room, and John is supposed to lead Belle. Instead, he apologizes to her, but tells her to beware, because he is not the man she thinks he is. They kiss once again, despite his best efforts, and then go into the dining room. He exaggerates his limp, and uses that as an excuse for why they have dallied behind the others. At dinner, the group begins to talk of poetry, and Belle tells John that he has the...

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