Entwined - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 9 Summary

The girls spend their nights dancing at the pavilion. They drag themselves to breakfast and lessons grudgingly and sleepily. They also have to mend their dancing slippers daily, but have to do it in secret. One morning, Azalea realizes she has misplaced Lord Bradford's watch. When she returns to the pavilion, Mr. Keeper has the watch. He asks Azalea if it belongs to her special gentleman. When Azalea returns to her room, she and her sisters read that the gossip columnist writes about Azalea and a possible husband, but Azalea is interested in the war listing that includes information on Lord Bradford being safe.

Chapter 9 Analysis

The dancing is therapy for the girls for the loss of their mother and their father being away at war. The dances are teaching the girls lessons while also keeping their minds occupied. Mr. Keeper insinuates Lord...

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