The Enchanted April - Chapters 10, 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10, 11 and 12 Summary

In Chapter 10, Lady Caroline or "Scrap," finds what she believes to be a quiet, hidden corner of the garden, but is displeased when she is discovered by Mrs. Fisher who, narration reveals, found her way there by following the scent of Scrap's cigarette. Mrs. Fisher suggests possible courses of action for Scrap to take in order to get well, contemplating how pretty she is and reflecting upon certain circumstances in her own past. Meanwhile, Scrap contemplates how tired she is of all the attention her beauty attracts, how concerned she is about what will happen to her when it fades and how strange it is that none of the others seem to know who she is. She tells Mrs. Fisher that all she wants is to be left alone to think so she can reach a "conclusion." Mrs. Fisher, suddenly huffy...

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