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The French Lieutenant's Woman Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 60 and 61 Summary

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Chapters 60 and 61 Summary

Charles visits Mr. Montague upon his return to England to learn that Sarah's address arrived anonymously in the mail, the only clue being that it had been posted in London. Despite Mr. Montague's objections, Charles plans to visit Sarah at this address. He arrives at the home asking for Mrs. Roughwood, the name provided as Sarah's new last name.

A young girl answers the door, and Charles asks to see Sarah. A man enters the room, the girl tells him of Charles' request, and he tells her to lead Charles upstairs to Sarah. Charles asks the girl if Sarah works as a governess and is told that Sarah is no longer in that position.

Charles is shown to a pleasant room and looks across the hall to a room, where two men are admiring a painting on an easel. Charles recognizes one of the men...

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