Rebecca - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

The next morning the author finds Maxim is already up and downstairs eating breakfast. He tells her that he will be at the office for the rest of the morning and she is left alone. The servant comes to clear away breakfast. The author heads to the library. It is cold there and she searches for some matches to start a fire. The servant sees her and tells her that the fire in the library is usually not set until evening. Mrs. de Winter used to spend her days in the morning room. He tells her that of course he would order someone to light a fire in the library if she wanted to. He says this in a way that led the author to believe that it would be an inconvenience and that the proper place for her was in the morning room. She tells him...

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