Human Croquet - VII. Past: The Fruit of This Countrie Summary & Analysis

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VII. Past: The Fruit of This Countrie Summary

Gordon has been out drinking, and he is trying to return to his lodgings. On the way, he encounters a building that has recently been bombed. Gordon enters the building and carries out a woman. He invites the woman to tea.

Gordon finds Eliza mysterious and exotic, but Charlotte and Vinny have decided they do not like Eliza even before they have met her. Gordon is smitten, obsessed with Eliza. Once while she sleeps, he cuts a lock of her hair.

Gordon remembers the day he killed Eliza. When he tells Charlotte that he intends to inform the police, she dissuades him and says that he leave the country for a while.

VII. Past: The Fruit of This Countrie Analysis

It seems that from the beginning Gordon always had a fatalistic...

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