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Orlando: A Biography Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5 Summary

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Chapter 5 Summary

Orlando is still living a good life in Blackfriars in London. She has been working on her poem Thye Oak Tree for the past three hundred years. As she tries to finish it, an unknown force is controlling her hand, preventing her from writing. The force draws her attention to her finger and Queen Elizabeth's ring. She notices everyone is wearing a wedding ring, and the thought sends Orlando into a state of shock. For the first time she feels out of place and in an age she does not belong. At the same time, if she is going to make anything of herself, she knows she must get married. Yet, there is no one to marry. All her friends have disappeared or have gotten married themselves. She goes for a walk in the park and, deciding she is in love with nature, she collapses by a...

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