I Capture the Castle - II. The Shilling Book, Chapters IX and X Summary & Analysis

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Topaz tells Cassandra that she is depressed because Mr. Mortmain won't tell her what he and Mrs. Cotton talked about at the dinner party. Later that day Stephen brings a poem he has written to Cassandra, but he quickly takes it back and tears it up. Miss Marcy comes to the castle and tells the Mortmains that Mrs. Fox-Cotton's photographs are very well known but Stephen is still not sure if he wants to pose for her. On the first of May, Mr. Mortmain dresses in a suit and announces that he is going to London but would not reveal the reason. Topaz thinks he is going for a tryst with Mrs. Cotton because she has given him a start to his writing again.

One day Cassandra is daydreaming about Simon at Bellmotte mound when Simon actually...

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