I Capture the Castle - II. The Shilling Book, Chapters VI, VII and VIII Summary & Analysis

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Stephen has given Cassandra a new journal and she is thrilled. It is spring and she is at Belmotte enjoying nature with the change of seasons. It has been six weeks since the Cottons last visited and the Mortmains' hope falls when Miss Marcy tells them that the Cottons have been entertaining other people in the village including the vicar. That night, Rose wants Miss Blossom to tell her what went wrong with the Cottons and Miss Blossom (Cassandra) says that perhaps Rose had been too nice to the Cottons, that being natural is better. Topaz has also shared that Mr. Mortmain is feeling the lack of the Cottons in their lives too because of the intellectual stimulation. All Mr. Mortmain seems to work on lately is crossword puzzles and Cassandra suggests that perhaps there is...

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