A Room with a View - Part 2, Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 11 Summary

In Mrs. Vyse's Well Appointed Flat--Cecil's plans worked out exactly the way he wanted. The Emersons took the villa; upsetting Sir Harry when he found out they weren't the kind of gentlefolk he'd been hoping for. Lucy convinces herself that having the Emersons nearby is not going to pose any difficulty. Then, while visiting the London flat Cecil shares with his mother, Lucy tells Cecil she loves him. Cecil consequently believes that she is finally being submissive, as a woman ought to be.

Lucy receives a letter from Miss Bartlett, forwarded from home. The letter reveals that Miss Bartlett has learned from Miss Lavish, who was on a bicycle tour of the area, that the Emersons have moved into Lucy's neighborhood. She urges Lucy to tell her mother and Cecil everything. However Lucy, who is still angry with Miss Bartlett...

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