The French Lieutenant's Woman - Chapters 23-29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23 – Charles goes to Wynsiatt. There, he is impressed by duty and the seriousness of his role in his family. Meanwhile, it is revealed Mrs. Fairley has seen Sarah leave The Undercliff area.

Chapter 24 – It turns out that Charles has been disinherited, for his Uncle has married. Ernestina is upset. Charles turns the conversation to the events of Lyme, and asks what he has missed. Mrs. Poulteney has fired Sarah. Sarah has gone missing, and Charles is worried that he too, may have been seen leaving The Undercliff.

Chapter 25 – At the White Lion, Charles receives a note from Sarah, asking for one last meeting. He tells Sam not to mention the note to Mrs. Tranter.

Chapter 26 – Sam dreams of being a haberdasher and having Mary work at his shop. Charles reflects on the conversation he had with his Uncle Robert. Uncle Robert had been very...

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