The Enchanted April - Chapters 13, 14 and 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13, 14 and 15 Summary

In Chapter 13, on the next day, Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Arbuthnot, and Lady Caroline all feel the absence of Mrs. Wilkins, who leaves shortly after breakfast. For the rest of the day, the three remaining women become perturbed by events and circumstances. Mrs. Fisher is restless and unable to settle to any reading or letter writing, and is confused to discover that she can move quite easily without her stick. Mrs. Arbuthnot, in her contemplations of her life in Hampstead, becomes concerned that she is neither able to pray nor all that concerned with the poor, both activities that previously had taken up so much of her time. Meanwhile, her longing for her husband, and for the intimacy and love of their early relationship, increases. At the same time, Lady Caroline comes to the conclusion that she and her life are flashy...

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