Forge - Part 3, Chapters 37-44 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 37, the other congressmen arrived home early. Bellingham sent Curzon off for his bath. When he referred to himself as Curzon’s master, Curzon had to fight back the urge to kill Bellingham. The only reason he did not do so was because of Isabel.

In Chapter 38, Curzon learned from the cook that Isabel was hired out often. Mrs. Cook told Curzon he would probably be hired out as well as she fed him ham and soup. She sensed his love for Isabel when he asked about when she would come back. She said she would share his secret with no one.

In Chapter 39 because Isabel would not speak to Curzon, he worried something was wrong with her. Gideon also continued to refuse to speak to Curzon. This bothered him only because Gideon and Isabel seemed very close. Meanwhile, Curzon tried...

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