The Golden Bowl - Volume Two, Book Fourth, Chapters 1-3 Summary & Analysis

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Volume Two, Book Fourth, Chapters 1-3 Summary

In the first chapter of this second volume James describes Maggie's coming to terms with the developing relationship between Charlotte and the Prince. On the day that the Prince is to return from Matcham with Charlotte, she decides to do something that will strike him as unusual. Where generally she had arranged to be at her father's when he arrived home, today she plans to be at home, waiting for him. When he does arrive Maggie tells him how much she loves and needs him. The Prince briefly tells her of his and Charlotte's cathedral hunting adventure then goes upstairs to bathe and dress before dinner.

In the second chapter Maggie recalls a conversation she had with Fanny at Fawns. In this conversation Fanny had compared the relationship of Maggie, the Prince, Mr...

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