The Fencing Master - Study Guide Chapter IV, pages 98-115 Summary & Analysis

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Don Jaime continues with his regular routine, and he continues to give instruction to Dona Adela. Not since her second visit have they had a discussion about anything other than fencing. Don Jaime tries to learn about Dona Adela, but she does not offer any direct answers, and she offers few clues. All Don Jaime can learn is that she lives alone, she has not been in Madrid long, and she has no interest in social interaction. Dona Adela still has the strange habit of leaving the changing room door open.

One day after her lesson Dona Adela seems faint and has to lean against the wall to keep from falling to the floor. Don Jaime assists her in getting to a chair. She says the cause must be the heat. Don Jaime gives her some brandy and tells her to...

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