The Golden Bowl - Volume Two, Book Fifth, Chapters 1-5 Summary & Analysis

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Volume Two, Book Fifth, Chapters 1-5 Summary

In chapter one of this book, all invited parties have gathered at Fawns. Maggie chance to meet with Fanny and tells her that while she is in the dark concerning the Prince's actions, she does not believe he has told Charlotte that Maggie knows about their affair. Maggie does, however, believe the Prince has recognized the change in her and is accepting it because he has left both Maggie and Charlotte alone. At the conclusion of the chapter Maggie sees Charlotte in a cage made by Charlotte's own delusion.

In chapter two Maggie, the Prince, Charlotte, Mr. Verver, and the Assinghams are alone at Fawns. As the others play bridge, Maggie wanders out onto the terrace. She suddenly has a thought that all of the others want her to take responsibility for the...

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