The Beekeeper's Apprentice, or, on the Segregation of the Queen - Book Four: Chapters 15 - 16, Separation Trial and The Daughter of the Voice Summary & Analysis

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Book Four: Chapters 15 - 16, Separation Trial and The Daughter of the Voice Summary

Mary throws herself into her studies in an effort to regain her status after being gone for so long. Alienation from Holmes changes her style of dress as well and she no longer wears pants and boots. Her math and Greek tutors are both away, and after three weeks of steady work, she feels caught up with the rest. In early March a telegram from Holmes queries her plans between terms and after some brief hesitation, Mary wires that she will come. She approaches the executors of her parents' will, and convinces them to give her enough money to buy a Morris. It is just two weeks before the end of term before Mary discovers she is being watched. Paying closer...

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