Maurice - Part 4, Chapters 42-46 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapters 42-46 Summary

In chapter 42, Maurice struggles to accept his fate. Maurice realizes that homosexual desires is a part of who he is fundamentally. Maurice knows he must accept this part of himself or live a life void of pleasure. When Scudder sends him another letter chastising him for treating him like a servant, Maurice finally responds. Maurice asks Scudder to meet him in London. In chapter 43, Scudder and Maurice meet at a museum. Scudder tells Maurice that his brother knows of their relationship and is unhappy with the way Maurice has treated him. Maurice apologizes and asks Scudder if he intended to turn Maurice in. Scudder talks around the subject for a time, attempting to upset Maurice by suggesting that he is not homosexual and could marry a woman anytime he chooses. Eventually, however, Scudder admits his affection for Maurice and...

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