Little Dorrit - Book the Second, Chapters VI - VII Summary & Analysis

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Book the Second, Chapters VI - VII Summary

In Chapter VI, Henry Gowan and Blandois spend time together, but Minnie dislikes the man. However, this is Gowan's way of asserting himself after Minnie's father paid all of his debts. Fanny acccompanies Amy to visit Minnie one day, and Minnie takes them to Henry's painting studio. Blandois is there, acting as a model, and Minnie's dog Lion lunges at the villian. Henry makes the dog leave the room, but the girls are all shaken by the event. On the way home, Fanny hints to Amy that she is being courted by Sparkler. That evening he joins them for dinner, and when Dorrit realizes this relationship might give him introduction to the famous banker Merdle, he is estatic. Later that night, at the opera, Minnie tells Amy her dog has died...

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