The Golden Bowl - Volume One, Book Third, Chapters 9-11 Summary & Analysis

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Volume One, Book Third, Chapters 9-11 Summary

In chapter nine the Prince mulls the relationship between Lady Castledean and Mr. Blint, two others who have lingered at the Matchum party. When Charlotte joins him on the veranda, a comment is made about the day being like a cup they need to drain together. This comment reminds the two of the golden bowl in the Bloomsbury shop. The Prince remembers the bowl as being treacherous and cracked and hopes their day will not turn out in the same way. The two decide to not stay for lunch, but to leave right away. They decide to go to Gloucester is explore the old cathedrals there.

In chapter ten Fanny asserts to her husband that she has decided for sure there is nothing going on between Charlotte and the Prince. She feels that...

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