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Lady Audley's Secret Chapter Summary & Analysis - Volume III: Chapters IV - VI Summary

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Volume III: Chapters IV - VI Summary

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IV - The Hush that Succeeds the Tempest

Knowing that Sir Michael is an elderly man, and has received a horrible shock, Robert convinces Alicia to accompany her father. Robert tells Alicia nothing about Lady Audley's story, but asks Alicia to support and love her father as best she can. Robert knows that it is not necessary to tell Alicia the details of the entire story, only that her father needs her as he has never needed her before. Once they leave, Robert turns to the matter of what to do with Lady Audley. Because he feels a bit sorry for Lucy, her background and inherited tendency toward madness, Robert secretly solicits medical advice.

V - Dr. Mosgrave's Advice

With the worst behind her, Lucy sleeps as deeply as she has ever slept. Robert has done...

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