Rebecca - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

The author makes a resolution to herself that she will no longer be shy. She needs to be strong for her husband. They must be happy together. There is a telephone call for Maxim. He returns to inform his wife that the boat is to be raised tomorrow. He had told the caller that he believed Rebecca to be alone and he admitted that he must have made a mistake in identifying the other woman as Rebecca.

The next morning Maxim leaves early to be there when Rebecca's boat is raised. The author has breakfast and goes to the morning room. The room has not been touched. The flowers are dead and the windows are closed. She rings for a servant and is uncharacteristically firm. She also makes changes in the menu that Mrs. Danvers had set out for her. She is arranging fresh flowers when Mrs...

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