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The Feast of All Saints Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 11-Volume 2, Part 2, Section 4- Volume 2, Part 2, Section 7 Summary

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Section 11-Volume 2, Part 2, Section 4- Volume 2, Part 2, Section 7 Summary

Marie wakes at her aunt's flat where her mother has suggested she stay. She enjoys dreaming of Richard, though she considers it a sin, and suspects that her dreams are tied to the fact that Richard knows of her passion but protects her virtue. Going by the cottage, she receives an invitation for coffee at the Lermonant house by Suzette's request but is upset to learn that her mother had discarded Madame Suzette's previous letter. Marie hurries to arrive on time, but her aunts, insisting that it is already too late to go, write an apology to Madame Suzette and tell Marie to instruct the maid to deliver it. Instead, Marie dresses and rushes to the Lermontant house where she is warmly received by Suzette. When Marie returns home, she hears that Lisette...

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