North and South - XLVI-LII Summary & Analysis

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Mr. Bell decides to cheer Margaret by taking her on a visit to Helstone. Margaret delights at the idea and they immediately take a train. Margaret visits all her old friends and the new parson at the vicarage. Everyone in the village remembers her fondly and for the first time in a while, she feels alive. At the end of the day, Mr. Bell takes her for a cup of tea and asks her about the man she was seen with at the station. Margaret admits it was Frederick and describes exactly what happened that night. Mr Bell says he would have done exactly the same thing, but he thinks Mr. Thornton has developed a bad opinion of Margaret because he thought she was with a lover. Margaret is distraught Mr. Thornton thinks of her so negatively.

Dixon returns from Milton. Margaret is happy to have a...

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