A Room with a View - Part 2, Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 15 Summary

The Disaster Within--The Sunday after Miss Bartlett's arrival, the women of the house fuss, as they get ready for church. The book Cecil had been reading sits forgotten outside, until Mrs. Honeychurch sees it and fusses over that too. She, Miss Bartlett, and Lucy all go to church, after which they encounter the Emersons. Mrs. Honeychurch is introduced. She and the Emersons speak with teasing, clever playfulness to each other, and Lucy thinks that George and her mother would probably get along. Miss Bartlett, however, refuses to join the conversation, pointedly getting into the carriage when invited by Lucy. She reflects on how the argument with the Emersons over the rooms with the view at the Pension Bertolini seems, at least in Miss Bartlett's mind, still to be going on.

The conversation with the Emersons indicates to Lucy that George has told his father...

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