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The Diamond Age, or, Young Lady's Illustrated Primer - Three Girls Go Exploring Summary & Analysis

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Three Girls Go Exploring Summary

Nell, Fiona Hackworth, and Elizabeth Finkle-McGraw are playing outside the manor of the latter's grandfather. The three eight-year-old girls are running across the green field. Each one of them is carrying a copy of the Primer. They are being watched from inside the manor by Lord Finkle-McGraw and his guest, Mrs. Gwendolyn Hackworth. The duo examines quite attentively the behavior of the three friends as they play games and discuss. A game played by the girls around a wall shows that Nell can use her knowledge and experience better than her two friends. Mrs. Hackworth inquires about her husband's whereabouts, but Finkle-McGraw replies they have no indication that he is in any danger. The children return to the manor and Mrs. Hackworth retires to her room with Fiona to write a letter to her husband.

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