Of Human Bondage - Chapters 29-34 Summary & Analysis

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Hayward's influence introduces Philip to things he has never thought of before. Romance becomes a heavy weight on Philip's shoulders. It does not help that a sordid affair has begun right under Philip's nose. One of the female borders in the professor's house has begun an affair with a Chinaman who also lives in the house. Philip discovers this by accident one afternoon while taking a walk. Philip runs into the couple, also walking, and senses he has interrupted something intimate. Later, the affair becomes evident to the other residents of the house. The older women living there are outraged by this improper behavior and become further upset when the young lady refuses to stop the romance. The professor threatens to write to the girl's uncle to have her sent away. Still the girl refuses to end the relationship. Finally the professor's hand is forced. The uncle is contacted and...

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