Dragonwyck - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Anya Seton
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Chapter 10 Summary

Johanna's funeral is, of course, an elaborate one, and while Nicholas walks alone behind her coffin, Katrine stays with her mother's relatives and Miranda finds herself just ahead of the servants. Zelie gives her a knowing, menacing look, but Katrine tells herself that the woman couldn't possibly know about the plans she and Nicholas have made.

Miranda spends the rest of the day in her room, and her journey home begins the next day. Katrine is indifferent as they say goodbye, and Nicholas fails to appear at all. Dick, the second coachman, prepares to drive the carriage, and she is accompanied by Greta, one of the chambermaids, as a chaperone. She feels desolate at leaving Dragonwyck and reaches for her betrothal ring for reassurance.

Greta gives Miranda a letter from Nicholas, that reminds her that the year leading up to their marriage will...

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