The Enchanted April - Chapters 8 and 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 8 and 9 Summary

In Chapter 8, Mrs. Wilkins and Mrs. Arbuthnot argue briefly about whether Mrs. Fisher had the right to behave as hostess in the way she did, with Mrs. Wilkins saying that when one is in heaven one doesn't mind that sort of thing, and Mrs. Arbuthnot suggesting that because they found San Salvatore, they should be the ones running things. Then they come across a vista of exceptional beauty, remember that they are happy, and forget any tension. As they walk through the garden, they are watched from a terrace above by Lady Caroline, who reflects on how desperately she wants to be alone, and how strange she feels at wanting to just sit and think. Her contemplations are interrupted by the cook, Costanza, who wants to know what to make for lunch. As she gives the orders, Lady Caroline realizes she...

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