Night and Day: A Novel - Chapters 13 - 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 opens with Denham walking after lunch one day, when he runs into Mary Datchet. The two sit down and watch the birds around them while discussing Denham’s family’s money troubles and Mary’s work. Mary invites Ralph to her family’s country house in Disham for Christmas before she heads back to work at the suffrage office.

In Chapter 14, Mary assists Mr. Clacton with a committee meeting of colleagues at the suffrage office, but cannot focus on her tasks. Instead, she remains distracted thinking about Ralph and whether or not he approves of the work that she does. After the meeting, Mary has tea with Mrs. Seal and the two women discuss the slow process of obtaining women’s suffrage. Mrs. Seal remarks that she is willing to wear herself out in the march toward the vote. Mary leaves their...

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