Restoration - Part 3, Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 24 Summary

At Finn's studio later, Merivel spies a painting of a woman that looks like his mother. It is the portrait of a haberdasher's wife. The wet-nurse wife of the moneylender is still caring for Margaret, the baby, and this stirs in him imaginations of what it would be like to raise his daughter.

After seeing the King on the river, Merivel writes to him inviting himself for a visit. Finally, he receives a note from the King inviting him to Sunday dinner. In preparation, Merivel visits the tailor for a set of new clothes. He also visits the wig maker and the shoemaker. At the dinner, it turns out that all is forgiven by the King, and he and Merivel have a long, in-depth conversation. The King has grown tired of Celia, no longer cares anything about her and has sent...

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