Excellent Women - Chapters 7-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 7-12 Summary

Mildred goes to the Malory house to help Winifred with the church jumble sale. Winifred is excited to tell Mildred that they found a tenant, a widow by the name of Mrs. Allegra Gray. Mrs. Gray is the widow of a clergyman, the one reason it is appropriate for an unmarried woman to be living in the Malory house along with the unmarried vicar.

Mildred notices immediately that Julian is paying a lot of attention to Mrs. Gray. Remarkably, Mildred discovers that she is jealous, yet when other people comment she is quick to defend Julian by saying he is just being kind to the new parishioner.

Spring arrives and Mildred has her annual lunch date with William Caldicote, Dora's brother. At one time Dora had hoped that Mildred and William would develop a romance. Over the years the relationship turned...

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