Little Dorrit - Book the Second, Chapters XXXII - XXXIV Summary & Analysis

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Book the Second, Chapters XXXII - XXXIV Summary

In Chapter XXXII, Pancks finally confronts Casby, shaming him in front of the renters of Bleeding Heart Yard. In Chapter XXXIII, Little Dorrit continues to nurse Arthur, and speaks with his friends about his condition. Tattycoram returns to London and asks the Meagles to take her back. The Meagles are happy to do so. Mr. Meagle tells Amy he cannot abide the thought of Arthur staying in this prison, so he will make sure he is free. In Chapter XXXIV, it is autumn, and Little Dorrit is reading to Arthur. Arthur is beginning to feel better, and has learned that he will soon be released from prison. Little Dorrit again offers to give him all of her fortune or half of it, and he refuses, knowing that he must part from...

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