The Golden Bowl - Volume Two, Book Third, Chapters 5-8 Summary & Analysis

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Volume Two, Book Third, Chapters 5-8 Summary

As Charlotte visits with the Prince, they discuss their days, how they can to be where they are, and their feelings about their missing spouses. When asked what she will tell her husband about the way she spent her day, Charlotte replies that she will tell him the truth; she has been with the Prince. Charlotte tells the Prince she believes things might had been different if she and Mr. Verver had a child together, but implies that will never happen. At the conclusion of this chapter the two make a vow together to stand together in the lack of their spouses. The chapter closes with the two sharing the passion of physical affection.

In chapter six the author discusses the Prince's current feelings toward Fanny Assingham. As Fanny continues to be involved...

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