The Gate of Angels - Study Guide Part 3, Section 16 Summary & Analysis

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Mr. Wrayburn continues to complain and fear for the worst (although he is subsequently Fred's dinner guest one night, and Fred has been the only one thus far to take Daisy out). He attempts to talk to Daisy while she is sorting washing. He uses the example of the opera La Traviata to let Daisy know that she isn't good for Fred, that he'll lose his Fellowship if he marries. Daisy asks what happens to Violetta. When he says she died of consumption--but that's hardly the point--Daisy exclaims that there is no history of consumption in her family. She points out that Fred could have told her this had he wanted--that he probably will not want to, Mr. Wrayburn says, is his point. Fred, in the meanwhile, receives a surprise visit from his family, to whom he says he's in love. Fred introduces them all...

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