The Golden Bowl - Volume One, Book First, Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

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Volume One, Book First, Chapters 4-6 Summary

In Chapter four when Fanny is alone with her husband, she voices her concerns about Charlotte arriving in town just in time for the Prince's wedding. She is concerned that some might believe she is responsible for Charlotte's coming. Fanny is also concerned that Charlotte has come to see the Prince again and perhaps restart their old affair. Fanny uses her husband as a sounding board off which to bounce her ideas concerning why Charlotte might have come back when she did and what Fanny should do about the situation. Her husband, Bob, asks the depth of the relationship between the Prince and Charlotte. Fanny tells him they were in love with each other, but neither had enough money for them to marry.

Fanny goes on to tell her husband that the Prince...

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