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A Room with a View - Part 2, Chapters 12, 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapters 12, 13 and 14 Summary

These three chapters tell of Lucy's first encounter with George in England, her reaction, and Miss Bartlett's reaction.

Chapter 12 - Twelfth Chapter--Mr. Beebe invites Freddy to visit the Emersons, whom he says Freddy will enjoy. They arrive at the villa and, while they're waiting for George to come downstairs, they look through the library. They discover someone has written on the back of a wardrobe "Mistrust all enterprises that require new clothes." Mr. Beebe comments that it must have been Mr. Emerson. George comes downstairs, followed shortly afterwards by Mr. Emerson. Freddy impulsively invites George to go swimming with him, and George accepts. Mr. Emerson and Mr. Beebe get lost in a conversation about the beauties of nature. Freddy tries to interrupt, and finally everyone except Mr. Emerson goes off to swim.

Freddy leads the way through the woods to...

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