Middlemarch - Book Three: Chapters 29-33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29

Casaubon’s view of his new marriage, as a proposition that has become disagreeable to him, is described. Although he doesn’t want to, he has finally agreed to give Dorothea some work to do as he had promised before their marriage. He mentions to her that they have received letters from Will. Before she has even had a chance to read the letter, he informs her that he doesn't want to invite Will to visit as he finds the boy bothersome. Dorothea is upset that Casaubon would think that she would want to do anything that would make him unhappy. The two do not make up from their argument, and Casaubon has an episode requiring Lydgate to be called. When Chettam tells Celia about what has happened, he tries to think of his feelings for Dorothea when he first...

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