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Lady Audley's Secret Chapter Summary & Analysis - Volume I, Chapters IX - XI Summary

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Volume I, Chapters IX - XI Summary

IX - After the Storm

That night, after they return to the inn in the village, a horrible storm unleashes its fury on the area of Audley Court and the surrounding village. Both George Talboys and Lady Audley are independently terrified of it. George denies that he has any terror of the thunder and lightening, yet his violent response to the teasing surprises Robert, who chooses to let his friend alone. By the following morning George returns to his usual equable nature and agrees to another day of fishing, for the storm has passed and the weather quite fine. While the two men fish, Robert falls asleep. Taking advantage of the opportunity to be alone, George walks to Audley Court and asks at the door for Lady Audley, but is told that she is not home. She...

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