The Tenant of Wildfell Hall - Chapters 29-33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 29-33 Summary

In chapter twenty-nine, a year has passed and again Mr. Huntingdon goes to London alone. Helen fills her time caring for the new baby. The neighbor, Milicent's mother, sister, and brother, come to visit often. Although Helen does not approve of Mrs. Hargrave's insistence that her children marry well, she does befriend Esther, Milicent's teenage sister. Mr. Walter Hargrave, Milicent's brother, tries to win her affections, often speaking to her of her husband's stupidity in leaving her alone, but Helen ignores his overtures even when he can prove that her husband has been lying to her about his intentions. In chapter thirty, Mr. Huntingdon returns home. Helen wants to tell him how she feels about his behavior, but puts it off because he is ill when he returns home. They argue when Helen admits her feelings, but Mr. Huntingdon refuses to...

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