The Enchanted April - Chapters 19 and 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19 and 20 Summary

In Chapter 19, smitten as he is with Lady Caroline, Briggs becomes so silent and so physically awkward that everyone in the room sees it. Among the reactions, Mellersh senses a different sort of trouble, Mrs. Fisher recognizes the infatuation for what it is and thinks less of Briggs, and Lady Caroline immediately recognizes both Briggs and his feelings as exactly the reaction to her beauty that she came to San Salvatore to avoid. As she leaves the room, Briggs follows her, completely forgetting about Mrs. Arbuthnot and earnestly asking Scrap what part of the house she is staying in. She gives evasive answers, determined to get away. Back in her room, she notices Briggs talking to the others, and blames him for ruining both her evening and her vacation. She decides to sneak out of the house on her own in...

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