Dragonwyck - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

Anya Seton
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Chapter 16 Summary

When the Van Ryns return to Dragonwyck, Miranda finds herself in a weakened state, and Nicholas watches over her patiently. She, of course, is brought to the bedroom Johanna used, and after finding it very much changed, she resigns herself to sleeping there. When she asks about Katrine, Nicholas tells her that it is best for the child to stay with relatives and that she would wouldn't be happy if she had to come back to the manor. Miranda is unaware that Johanna's family, along with their wealthy neighbors, are shocked at their marriage and that gossip about the two of them is flowing freely.

The fact that Nicholas is willing to read to her aloud and plays music for her in the evening makes Miranda content, and the letters she writes to Abigail reflect this. At this point, she gives little thought...

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