Snobs - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

Julian Fellowes
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Chapter 20

Chapter 20 opens with an early-morning visit from Edith to the apartment of the narrator and Adela. She is disturbed that she cannot get in touch with Charles and wants the narrator's help. She has tried calling him at Broughton but was told he was not there. She has also called his house at Feltham and his apartment in London and has been told he is at Broughton. She does not believe that Charles is trying to avoid her, but that Lady Uckfield is trying to keep her from seeing him.

The narrator reluctantly agrees to help. He calls Broughton and asks for Charles, but Lady Uckfield comes to the phone. He admits to he is calling on Edith's behalf and tells her he thinks Edith will not give an answer about the divorce until she has seen Charles. Lady Uckfield asks the narrator...

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