Little Dorrit - Book the First, Chapters XV -XIX Summary & Analysis

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Book the First, Chapters XV -XIX Summary

In Chapter XV, Mrs. Flintwinch dreams she is eavesdropping on a conversation between Mr. Flintwinch and Mrs. Clennam. Flintwinch is speaking not as a servant or a clerk but as a superior to Mrs. Clennam. He is chiding her for not telling Arthur the truth about his father. In Chapter XVI, Arthur goes to visit the Meagles in Twickenham, and decides to walk rather than take the coach. He considers his future and of that of Little Dorrit, of whom he has begun to think of as an adopted daughter. As he walks, he catches up with Daniel Doyce. The two men have a good conversation about Daniel's inventions and his need for a business partner, before they arrive at the home of Meagles. While enjoying the tour of the home and the...

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