A Room with a View - Part 1, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 2 Summary

In Santa Croce with No Baedeker-- The next morning at breakfast, Miss Bartlett and Lucy get into a polite argument about what to do for the day. Lucy wants to go out and explore. Miss Bartlett is feeling unwell and thinks it's wrong for Lucy to go alone. The argument goes around in circles until it is interrupted by Miss Lavish, another guest at the Pension. She volunteers to show Lucy around and expresses hope that they will have an adventure. She also clearly states that Lucy is NOT to use her Baedeker (guide book).

Lucy and Miss Lavish set out after breakfast discovering, as they wander through the streets of Florence, that they have acquaintances in common. They fall deep into conversation, forget to pay attention to where they are and become lost. Miss Lavish reacts with excitement; but...

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