That Hideous Strength - Venus at St. Anne's Summary & Analysis

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Venus at St. Anne's Summary

In the morning of the next day Mark is sill traveling to St. Anne's. After leaving Belbury, he runs into a succession of people who treat him very kindly, even though they do not know him personally. Mark stays at an inn, and when he is about to leave he realizes that he is a little shy to go and see Jane. He knows that Jane is of great value, and that she has many gifts. He feels unworthy of her love.

At the same time, Lord Feverstone has crashed his car. He climbs out of the vehicle and sees a tall man wearing a robe standing in front of him. The man starts to walk away, and Feverstone follows him briefly. Then the man says something to a horse standing nearby, and suddenly he is riding the horse off into...

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