The Book and the Brotherhood - Study Guide Part 2 (through page 415) Summary & Analysis

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Tamar confesses her secret to Jenkin. She tells him that she feels responsible for Duncan's destroyed marriage and believes that giving birth to his child would ruin all chances for reconciliation with Jean. While Jenkin tries to comfort the anguished young woman, his thoughts are really on Gerard's proposal. At the same time, Gerard is also thinking about Jenkin. The decision is yet to be made.

On that same evening, Crimond and Jean are out in the country, not far from Rose Curtland's estate. They intend to carry out their suicide pact. The plan is to drive toward each other at high speed in separate cars and then to die together in a high impact collision. The plan fails when Jean swerves into a stone fence. Crimond coldly tells her that her lack of commitment means the end of their relationship. He gets...

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