The Gate of Angels - Part 1, Section 7 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Section 7 Summary

Fred thinks that, were Holcombe to walk into his room this very moment, he would not be able to tell him whether Daisy is of the "marriageable class" or not (he doesn't know how to get in touch with her so he is writing for the pleasure of it). Three weeks ago, bicycling in the twilight along Guestingley Road, he had been closing on the two cyclists ahead of him--one appeared to be a woman--when a horse and cart suddenly appeared in front of him. The next thing Fred remembered was waking up in a comfortable bed covered with a white quilt. He thinks the woman in the bed beside him must be the other cyclist (they appear to be in a nursery). She asks about her companion: he does not know. He cannot find his clothing. Fred hears a man's voice--the voice of Cambridge--asking...

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