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The Mill on the Floss - Study Guide Book 6: Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Maggie is staying at her aunt Glegg's, but she has dinner with her mother and Lucy at the Deanes' every day, so she sees Stephen regularly.

One day, Lucy has connived to make it possible for Maggie and Philip to go out in the boat together. However, Philip doesn't make it, but Stephen does. They ostensibly go for a boat ride, but they just keep on going, not entirely with Maggie's consent-more out of her inability to register what is going on around her. He plans for them to dock at Torby, but he decides that he will flag a ship going for Mudport and ask them to take them on board. Stephen has become convinced now that Maggie will be his. A bed is made for Maggie on a couch. Their absence will be a scandal now whether or not they decide to elope...

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