The Golden Bowl - Volume One, Book Second, Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Volume One, Book Second, Chapters 3-4 Summary

In the afternoon, after lunch, Maggie and her father spend time together with Maggie's son. The Prince appears to be excluded from these visits. He is still insecure and unsure of his bond with both his wife and father-in-law. Meanwhile Maggie and her father want to be together at any cost. Maggie depends on Fanny to keep the Prince satisfied with her explanations of the father and daughter's close relationship. During this time, the Prince is lonely for the places he has left behind, the few pieces of property he still has left. However, the Prince realizes he must make sacrifices in order to regain control of these properties. The father and daughter finally speak of the incident between himself and Mrs. Rance. Maggie insists the woman only made sexual advances toward Mr...

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