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The Gate of Angels Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 4, Section 22 Summary

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Part 4, Section 22 Summary

At half-past seven, Fred calls on Professor Flowerdew (he has just has sherry with Dr. Matthews who has, out of curiosity, been in court that morning--and told him about the seedy man and pretty but dishonest young woman). Fred has come as part of his formal duties, to escort Professor Flowerdew to a lecture about how Rutherford has come to disagree with his old mentor on the nature of the atom. The professor decides not to attend and orders Fred to tell him about the meeting as soon as it concludes. Professor Flowerdew confesses he may have to apply at Oxford--the state of physics having become somewhat unobservable--and vows that Fred shall not be punished for his stand in the history of ideas. Daisy, after leaving Dr. Sage's Hospital, says good-by to Mrs. Wrayburn, who quite agrees with her that she can't stay in Cambridge...

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