The Blithedale Romance - Section 13- Chapter 25: The Three Together and Chapter 26: Zenobia and Coverdale Summary & Analysis

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Section 13- Chapter 25: The Three Together and Chapter 26: Zenobia and Coverdale Summary

In "The Three Together", Chapter Twenty-Five, Coverdale feels that he has intruded on the acme of their passions and explains that he has just arrived in Blithedale, offering to leave them. They tell him to stay as Zenobia laughingly claims that she is on trial for her life and suggests that he act as judge. Hollingsworth objects that he does not pretend to pass a sentence upon her as she has forced this upon him. Coverdale is impressed with idea that crisis has come and gone, but Zenobia seems discontent with matter in posture it has assumed. When Hollingsworth attempts to retire, she prevents it by requesting to ask a few questions. She asks if he supposed her to be wealthy, explaining that...

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