The Book and the Brotherhood - Part 3 (through page 601) Summary & Analysis

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Part 3 (through page 601) Summary

When they part, Rose and Gerard are left to their private thoughts and inner regrets. Rose knows that her years of loving Gerard will never result in marriage. Gerard continues to mourn for Jenkin and the relationship that he will never have with his friend. He goes to his house in order to feel Jenkin's presence. Among his papers and books he finds a letter from Crimond containing just one short sentence, "It was an accident." These words initiate another series of soul-searching questions. Finally, Gerard comes to a renewed resolution about his life. He vows that he will take care of Rose.

Lily is in south London on her way to see Crimond. She still feels a deep attraction for him in spite of her upcoming marriage to Gulliver. Lily pleads with Crimond to love her in return...

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