Snobs - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Julian Fellowes
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Chapter 9

Part Two of the novel begins with Chapter 9. Some time has passed, and the narrator has not seen much of Edith. She and Charles are occasionally in London, but she spends most of her time at Broughton Hall, where they live in the same large house as Charles' parents. The narrator is somewhat surprised to receive an invitation from Charles to come to Broughton for a shooting party. He accepts, having a few days free between acting jobs.

At Broughton, he finds Edith has settled into her role as "Countess Broughton." She is in a committee meeting along with Lady Uckfield when he arrives, and has taken on various charity causes. Edith is delighted to see the narrator. He is surprised to have been invited, thinking it was Edith's idea, but she informs him it was Lady Uckfield who suggested it, possibly to...

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