Fingersmith - Part 1, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Sarah Waters
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Part 1, Chapter 6 Summary

It is the day of departure from Briar. Gentleman leaves in the morning, and the remainder of the day proceeds like all other days. During the servants' supper, young Charles, the knife boy, is beaten for weeping over the departure of Gentleman. Sue returns to Maud's rooms and packs for their departure while Maud dines and reads to her uncle. Sue finds an odd glove belonging to Maud and decides to keep it as a reminder of her. When Maud returns, she is very agitated. Sue gives her some wine to calm her. Maud is dressed for travel and prepared to wait for the appointed time. As they wait in the dark, watching out the window, Maud leaves the room. Afraid to go after her, Sue frets and waits. Sue hears the clock chime twelve, and finally hears sounds indicating Maud's...

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