The Diamond Mine - Part 4 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4 Summary

Cressida's fourth husband, Jerome Brown, proves to be the worst of all. He is a financier who requires heavy financial support. Cressida soon tires of this and attempts to convince him to move abroad so that perhaps his interest can be diverted from these expensive failures; he will not agree to this, however, and eventually, things get so bad that Cressida is forced to take a mortgage on her home. When confiding this to Carrie, she tells her that as much as she has tried to use her fortune to make others happy, money has only proven to make her life more difficult.

When a particularly risky deal goes bad, Cressida decides to return to England, where she is sure she can make enough money to help Jerome overcome this latest financial setback. When it is time to return to America, she decides...

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