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The Gate of Angels Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Section 14 Summary

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Part 3, Section 14 Summary

Fred looks down at his different attempts at writing Daisy. He doesn't want to discard any of them out of fear of not being able to contact her at all. He has asked her nine questions and received eight responses--spent a half hour in her company--and is resolved that he must marry her. He makes a note to speak to Professor Flowerdew right away, perhaps later since he knows the professor to be in some distress because the concept of mass was entering the physics department. (The Professor does not know about Fred's recent cycling accident). Fred concludes that now is not a good time to inform the Professor that he must soon resign: he does not believe in a god or a divine purpose for life--but, if there are such, they will give him Daisy. Mr. Wrayburn, some weeks later, visits Fred at St...

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