The Haunting of Hill House - Study Guide Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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On Saturday afternoon, the day Mrs. Montague is expected at the house, Eleanor sneaks off by herself to sit in the grass and think. She is filled with wild elation and asks herself what she is going to do about it. Meanwhile, Mrs. Montague and her driver, Arthur, make a grand entrance. Mrs. Montague, in a booming voice, immediately begins issuing orders to her husband. She is irritated that he didn't hold dinner for her, even though she is several hours late. She treats Luke like a servant, instructing him to put her bags in the most haunted room of the house. Dr. Montague suggests Luke put Mrs. Montague in the nursery.

Mrs. Montague asks what her husband has accomplished and even before he can answer she is putting him down and minimizing the work he and his group have done. She assures him that now that...

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