A Lesson before Dying - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Grant drives Miss Emma and Tante Lou to Henri Pichot's home. At the side gate of Pichot's home, Tante Lou starts to get out of the car to open the gate. Grant tells her to keep her seat, because he "has nothing to do all that day but serve." Pichot never uses the side gate. Grant reminds his aunt that it is she who once said she never wanted him to use the back door again. Miss Emma says that Grant does not have to go; but Grant knows that she does not mean it.

At the back door of the home, a maid, Inez Lane, who is aware of the verdict of Jefferson's trial, greets Grant, Miss Emma and Tante Lou. They wait in the kitchen until Henri Pichot and his guest, Louis Rougon, appear. Louis Rougon's family owns a bank in...

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