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The Mill on the Floss - Book 6: Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Book 6: Chapter 6 Summary

At 19, Maggie is cutting quite a swath in her first introduction to the higher society of St. Ogg. She is enjoying the good life-getting up in the morning when she wants and having no one pointing out all her deficiencies. She can play the piano at her leisure, and she is getting much attention from the young men. Philip had not come as expected-he had gone on a trip to the coast. She and Stephen hit it off, and Lucy does not notice that the attraction between them is so strong.

Lucy is out one evening working on the bazaar, leaving Maggie home alone. Stephen comes bringing some items for the bazaar. The meeting between the two is highly charged, with Maggie avoiding looking into his eyes. He persuades her to take his arm and go for a walk in the...

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