The Golden Bowl - Volume Two, Book Fourth, Chapters 7-10 Summary & Analysis

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Volume Two, Book Fourth, Chapters 7-10 Summary

In this chapter arrangements are made for the Ververs, the Assinghams and Maggie and the Prince to migrate to Fawns. As the Assinghams discuss their plans, they remind each other of the way in which they must lie to Maggie about the situation between Charlotte and the Prince. Fanny is aware that if the secret of the Prince and Charlotte's former relationship comes out, she could be accused of conspiracy. Although Mr. Assingham suggests there might be someone who knows about the alleged affair and would tell, Fanny believes that the Prince and Charlotte's secret, if they have one, is safe.

In Chapter eight the Ververs travel to Fawns, leaving Maggie and the Prince alone in London for one week. What Maggie fears worse than anything is a confrontation with her husband about...

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