Snobs - Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

Julian Fellowes
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Chapter 19

In Chapter 19, the narrator carries his message to Edith. They meet at lunch, and he casually mentions he has been to stay with David and Isabel and had a drink at Broughton Hall. Edith asks about the family but does not mention Charles. The narrator has decided he will deliver Lady Uckfield's message but not Charles'. He tells her that Lady Uckfield would like a quick divorce, but he does not tell her about Clarissa Marlowe. When Edith finally asks if he had spoken to Charles, he admits he has. He tells her that Charles says he will do whatever she wishes. This is only a partial truth, as he does not tell Edith that Charles wants her back. Edith's response is that she will, of course, cooperate; but, she wants some time to think about it.

After lunch, Edith walks around the...

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