Rebecca - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

Mrs. Danvers has made herself quite scarce. The author is happy she does not have to deal with Mrs. Danvers, as she makes her nervous. However rude Mrs. Danvers is to the author, ever since Beatrice had told her that Mrs. Danvers and Rebecca had been close, the author has felt sorry for Mrs. Danvers. It must be hard on her to see another woman take the place of her friend.

Mrs. de Winter picks some roses from the garden. She asks a servant to fill one of the vases with water and he instead directs her to the vase, which Rebecca had used for roses. Instead of being difficult Mrs. de Winter defers to Rebecca's preference. She does the same thing after she tells the servant which table she would like to put the flowers on and he tells her where Rebecca would have put them...

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