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The Gate of Angels Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 4, Section 21 Summary

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Part 4, Section 21 Summary

After the lecture, Fred takes a cab to Dr. Sage's hospital looking for "Nurse Saunders." The receptionist is about to turn him away when Dr. Sage enters, telling Fred--and the receptionist--that she is here and that she is a "ward-maid." Fred has to be back for a seven o'clock meeting in Cambridge. Daisy finally leaves the hospital. She at first explains that she isn't a nurse and that Dr. Sage knows what happened at Blackfriars, so she has no need of explaining. Fred says that that is not why he has come. He tells her that Pett's Hotel is "horrible," that rooms can be rented by the hour there. Daisy replies that that's handy for some. She has intended to go there but has not made it there. He asks how she could have come to Cambridge with someone like Kelly (he wanted to get...

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