Middlemarch - Book Seven: Chapters 63-67 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 63

Farebrother thanks Lydgate for recommending him for the position at Lowick. He offers help to Lydgate, as he suspects the man is in some need; but, Lydgate refuses.

Chapter 64

Rosamond becomes more unhappy with her marriage as Lydgate pushes himself.

Chapter 65

Lydgate receives an answer to Rosamond’s request for monetary help from his uncle. He is angry that his wife has, once again, gone over his head and made a decision about their finances without talking to him first. Rosamond, however, doesn’t seem to understand that she has done anything wrong.

Chapter 66

Lydgate begins going to the billiard room at the Green Dragon to gamble. Fred Vincy sees him there and pulls him away from the table by telling him that Farebrother wants to see him because Lydgate is beginning to lose money. After they are outside the...

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