The Gate of Angels - Study Guide Part 3, Section 15 Summary & Analysis

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Mr. Wrayburn regrets his hospitality of the night of the accident. All he knows is that that a not totally explained young woman now lives in the attic and her hours at Dr. Sage's hospital are "half-past eight to half-past six." He also regrets having told Fred of Daisy's arrival (although the only thing he has done--although he has done it immediately--is to invite her for a walk on her day off). Mr. Wrayburn grumbles to his wife about the lack of chaperones, to which she responds that, although she thinks she will become quite fond of Daisy, she is not in charge of her--and does not even officially employ her for that matter. Who, Mr. Wrayburn worries, then, is in charge of her?

On the way to their country walk, Daisy and Fred notice a house for sale. Walking inside it, they notice scraps...

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