Love Takes Wing - Nineteen and Twenty Summary & Analysis

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Nineteen and Twenty Summary

In Chapter Nineteen, Belinda and Mrs. Stafford-Smyth are on the train on their way to Boston. Belinda is still not sure how long she plans to stay in Boston. As Belinda thinks over the things that she is leaving behind in her hometown, she is glad that the argument with Arnie has been cleared up. She is angry, however, about Rand's insistence that she should be ready for marriage and a family at this point. She wonders if her life is really not on the proper track but then realizes that she does know what she wants, and that she is not ready for marriage.

On the third day of travel, Mrs. Stafford-Smyth gets excited because she will be home soon. Mrs. Stafford-Smyth tells Belinda that Windsor will meet them at the station with the carriage. Although Belinda would...

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