Green Darkness - Part Two: Chapter 8, ( 234-252) Summary & Analysis

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Part Two: Chapter 8, ( 234-252) Summary

Ten days later, the party reaches Cumberland. Celia's spirits begin to look up, while Lady Ursula becomes homesick for Cowdray. Celia is glad that Cowdray is far away. She tells herself she is an idiot for thinking she could run away with Stephen. She also is amazed at the wonders she is seeing in the North. Celia has become good friends with Wat's son Simkin. She gives him smiles and is aware of her feminine charms that she is developing. Simkim is attracted to Celia because she reminds him of a young man he knew named Roland. Roland was soft and fair as Celia is. Simkin had accompanied Roland on a trip. On that trip the two young men had slept together. Simkin hopes he may develop a relationship with Celia.

As the party wanders around Cumberland...

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