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Gaudy Night Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 3-4 Summary

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Chapters 3-4 Summary

Sunday is always the best part of a Gaudy because the official doings are over, leaving people to socialize on their own. Harriet goes to visit Miss Lydgate, the English tutor. They discuss their work, the students and various members of the staff. After leaving Miss Lydgate, she runs into Miss Mollison and Miss Schuster-Statt and has to endure a conversation with them.

Harriet thinks that the weekend at Oxford will get her away from Lord Peter and the marriage issue but finds that people are more interested in him than her. After them she talks with Catherine Freemantle, now Bendeck. She married a farmer and lives on the Welsh border. Harriet realizes that her own prospects for marriage to Peter are much better than the others have had.

At lunch, Harriet sits with Phoebe Tucker. She looks around wondering who dropped the picture she...

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