Snobs - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Julian Fellowes
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Chapter 6 opens on the day of Charles' and Edith's wedding. Edith awakes in her room aware that her life is about to change and feeling like she is in a daze. Her mother, Stella Lavery, is very excited that her daughter is about to become a countess. Kenneth Lavery, Edith's father, has spent a good deal of money on the affair.

The wedding is attended by several members of the upper class on Charles' side, including some members of the royal family. On Edith's side, her mother has invited a distant relative who holds a minor title to represent her family's connection to past nobility. The narrator has a brief discussion with Lady Uckfield after the wedding in which she seems to be intentionally trying to make him feel welcome. He is wary, but he understands that she is signaling to him that she...

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