The Book and the Brotherhood - Study Guide Part 2 (through page 165) Summary & Analysis

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The Commen Ball is already a distant memory. On a foggy evening in late October, Gerard Hernshaw is visiting Jenkin Riderhood at his home. The two members of the Brotherhood discuss the possibility of reconciling Jean and Duncan. They settle on the idea of sending Tamar Hernshaw to talk to Jean and perhaps to persuade her to return to her husband. Both friends are concerned about Crimond's penchant for violence and the possibility of someone being killed, even accidentally.

Gulliver Ashe finds himself still unemployed despite the fact that Gerard found him a job. He lost it almost immediately. He plays the penniless writer who only wants to write and live alone. Lily is pleased to have him as a friend because she sees him as a social asset. There are no romantic feelings involved in this relationship. She is really interested in...

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