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Of Human Bondage Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 51-56 Summary

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Chapter 51-56 Summary

Philip submits a portrait to the Salon, but it is refused. This event seems to fuels Philip's uncertainty about his art. Lawson believes Philip is simply disappointed in not being selected for the Salon, but Philip is thinking of the bottom line and his ability to make a living. Philip goes to Cronshaw and asks his opinion. Cronshaw tells him he should get out while he can. Philip then asks one of the masters to come look at his art. The master tells Philip that his art is good, but might not be good enough to make a living. The master suggests that Philip leave art while he is still young enough to start something new.

That same day, Philip gets a letter from his uncle informing him that his aunt has died. Philip goes back to Blackstable for the funeral. Philip is surprised to...

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