The Golden Bowl - Volume Two, Book Fourth, Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

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Volume Two, Book Fourth, Chapters 4-6 Summary

In Chapter four Maggie believes the Prince is causing her anxiety and enjoying this anxiety as a way of getting in the last word on their conversation about the trip. She also feels as if he is punishing her for pulling away from him as she did. However, the four of them are having a good time together. Since Maggie indicated she and her father wanted to go with Charlotte and the Prince, they are going almost all the time. Maggie has instigated this change, and must see it through to its end.

Maggie throws a dinner party at her home, and is crowned and applauded for her efforts. It is the first time Maggie can remember that she has lived up to the expectations people had for her as a princess. After...

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