Saville - Study Guide Part 4, Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Colin and Margaret engage in lively debates over women's rights. They don't see eye to eye on how repressed women are at that time. This will eventually come between them but, for now, Margaret is content to discuss the issues with him.

Over the course of the next few months, she and Colin continue to see each other steadily and she learns more about Colin's family. Colin spends time with her family and even has the chance to meet Margaret's brother, who is in the military.

Margaret finally visits Colin's family. Colin has finished school and is living at home again. Margaret is quite taken aback by how primitively the Savilles live especially with all of the available amenities. There's still no running water in the house and all meals are cooked in the fireplace instead of on a stove. After a brief walk around...

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