Daniel Deronda - Book IV, Gwendolyn Gets her Choice Summary & Analysis

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Book IV, Gwendolyn Gets her Choice Summary

In chapter twenty-eight, Reverend and Mrs. Gascoigne soon learn of Gwendolyn's engagement and arrive to congratulate her. Anna manages to be congratulatory, though she admits to having harbored the hope that Gwendolyn, now faced with the financial ruin, might look more favorably upon Rex. Lush writes a letter to Sir Hugo, telling him of the engagement. In chapter twenty-nine, Grandcourt announces that he's to be out of town for a short time and Gwendolyn, knowing that he's going to see Lydia, is cold but doesn't confront him. Daniel arrives to visit though his real reason for the visit is that Sir Hugo wants to offer Grandcourt a settlement in return for Grandcourt giving up any future claims to Sir Hugo's estate, meaning Sir Hugo could leave the property to his wife upon his death. Mrs. Davilow says...

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