Little Dorrit - Book the Second, Chapters VIII - XIII Summary & Analysis

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Book the Second, Chapters VIII - XIII Summary

In Chapter VIII, Arthur convinces Daniel to allow him to tackle the Circumlocution Office in another attempt to obtain a license for Daniel's invention. Arthur's life then becomes a series of visits to that government office, visits to his mother's house, and visits to his friends the Meagles. On one visit to the Meagles household, Mrs. Gowan is there, and Arthur again is astonished at the woman's take on the marriage of Minnie and Henry. In Chapter IX, Mr. Meagles talks to Arthur about Mrs. Gowan. The Meagles have decided to go see their daughter in Italy. They ask Arthur to come to the house often to see to its management, and Arthur does this gladly. On one visit the servants tell him they thought they saw Tattycoram at the gate...

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