My Cousin Rachel - Chapters 6 - 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6: Philip returned home to find that Nick Kendall and the servants already knew about Ambrose’s death because Rainaldi had sent a letter. At the house, Philip was greeted by the dogs and Seecombe, who had been worried about him. Philip noticed that Seecombe had begun calling him “Mr. Philip” instead of “Master Philip.” After dinner, Philip walked the house and grounds, surprised to find that he could be happy even with Ambrose dead. He attributed this to being away from Italy where he could not stop thinking about Rachel. In his mind, he had turned her into a monster and everywhere he looked in Italy, he saw her.

Philip went out to the fields where the men were harvesting. He did not help as he would have in the past because he knew the men would think it was improper. Philip...

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