The Tenant of Wildfell Hall - Chapters 34-39 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 34-39 Summary

In chapter thirty-four, Helen is uncomfortable being around Lady Lowborough, but she is polite. In the afternoon, Lady Lowborough asks to speak to Helen. Helen announces what she knows and suggests that Lady Lowborough stop trying to be polite to her. Helen also promises not to tell Lord Lowborough about the affair as long as Lady Lowborough promises to keep her behavior within the proper parameters. In chapter thirty-five, Helen goes down to breakfast on the last day her guests will be at Grassdale and finds Lady Lowborough awaiting her lover. Helen is outraged when Mr. Huntingdon appears and speaks intimately to Lady Lowborough, despite her presence. Then Lady Lowborough has the audacity to ask Helen to watch after Mr. Huntingdon and to keep him off the alcohol while they are apart.

In chapter thirty-six, Helen and Mr. Huntingdon live in...

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