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The Mill on the Floss - Book 6: Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Book 6: Chapter 9 Summary

Maggie helps out at the bazaar, and she is the belle of the ball. Everyone is paying attention and homage to her because she is so pretty. Her booth is sold out first because the men have been eager to buy from her. Lucy is not offended or jealous; besides, Stephen is devoting himself entirely to her. After the bazaar, Maggie tells Lucy that she is going to visit her Aunt Moss right away and that she will be going to a new situation shortly after that. Lucy's feelings are hurt, but she reminds Maggie that there is a dance tomorrow.

Book 6: Chapter 9 Analysis

As far as we can tell, Maggie is not affected by all the attention she gets, nor does Lucy feel threatened by it. Is Stephen feeling guilty and trying to make things right with Lucy or is...

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