The Crown Tower - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

Michael J. Sullivan
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In Chapter 18, Gwen blocks a man trying to enter Medford House. She will not let him enter without taking a bath. The man does not want to take a bath. She tells him that he can go somewhere else then. He says that the others are not worth paying for because they do not smell good. She tells him that the ladies agree with him and that is why he should bathe.

The girls are happy in their new home. Gwen has taught them to look fine and respectable. This has garnered them respect in the community. Gwen has gained the respect of every craftsman on Artisan Row. Men who had scoffed when she entered their shops now came to her for advice. She is working hard to help make Medford House a success and the girls respectable. She holds dances. When the weather...

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