Lucy Gayheart - Book 2, Chapter 9 – Book 3, Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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In Book 2, Chapter 9, Lucy grows restless as she waits for March to arrive. She practices piano every day and busies herself with household chores. Lucy thinks about Harry Gordon and hopes that she and Harry will be friends again someday. In Chapter 10, as the winter progresses, Lucy begins to feel trapped and even more restless. By the end of January, 1903, the weather is consistently very cold and very snowy. Lucy longs to be back in Chicago. Pauline says that Lucy should take on pupils in Haverford for the time being. Lucy refuses, which angers Pauline. Pauline says that their father is having increasingly worse financial issues, in part due to the expense of Lucy’s education. Pauline then says that she has heard things about Lucy and Sebastian, and Pauline chastises Lucy. Lucy, offended and angered, leaves the house to go...

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