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When Olivier arrives at Old Farm, he is numb with desire and terror from Amelia's beauty and daring. There is no difficulty in arranging to meet privately since it is America, and Parrot is the only person they seek to deceive. Olivier and Amelia meet at an early house, and as Amelia shows Olivier her father's landscaping, they talk about France and American democracy, yet Olivier's thoughts are consumed when wondering whether he can live in Wethersfield. He opens his arms, and Amelia comes to him. Parrot passes Olivier on the stairs and notices his stockings are wet. In the library, he finds Miss Godefroy with her quill ready to do his job of taking down dictation. Olivier dismisses Parrot for the day as his services are not needed. The next day, Sunday, Mrs. Godefroy expresses her disapproval of Olivier's broad religious doctrine...

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