Snobs - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

Julian Fellowes
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Chapter 18

The narrator and Adela arrive for tea at Broughton Hall the following day as Chapter Eighteen opens. There is a group of half a dozen house guests staying there, as well. Lady Uckfield is very attentive to the narrator and his wife, which is unusual for a weekend house party where the guests usually make little show of overt politeness, normally just leaving one another alone until mealtimes. The narrator understands he is about to be asked a favor and is not surprised when Lady Uckfield invites him to see her newly-decorated study.

Once alone with him, she does ask the narrator for a favor. She wants him to speak to Edith and ask her to proceed with a divorce rather than wait any longer. She somewhat crudely tells the narrator that there will of course be an adequate financial settlement for her...

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