The Haunting of Hill House - Study Guide Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Over breakfast, Theo wonders if anyone informed Mrs. Montague and Arthur that Mrs. Dudley clears the breakfast table so promptly at ten o'clock. Dr. Montague says he didn't have the heart to wake them after such a difficult night. Eleanor tells the others that she can hear them coming. To herself, she adds that she can hear everything in the whole house. Mrs. Montague sweeps in, complaining that no one called them for breakfast. Dr. Montague asks about their night and his wife and Arthur sullenly report that nothing at all unusual happened. Mrs. Montague determines not to give up hope of a supernatural manifestation.

Theo and Eleanor work on their notes for Dr. Montague. Eleanor tells Theo that she has decided to move in with her once they leave Hill House. She tells Theo that she never had anyone to care about before. Theo responds that...

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