Dancing at Midnight - Study Guide Chapters 7-8 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter Seven, John responds to Belle's request from Chapter Six by claiming that he can't dance, due to his leg. She refuses to believe this and begins to give him a lesson. Emma comes in and sees them dancing together, and is happy for them; she leaves them alone, and when it is necessary for her to enter the room again, she talks to herself outside the door, loudly enough for the dancers to hear her. They then all have tea together, and talk about a fair that is in the area, deciding that the four of them will all go together. John is happy and excited about the turn of events with Belle, but still haunted. When he returns home, there is another letter waiting for him, proclaiming, "I am in Oxfordshire." That night, he dreams about Ana and her rape, but finds...

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