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

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Volume Two, Book Sixth, Chapters 1-3 Summary

Although Maggie has offered to go with the Prince anywhere he wants, the Prince insists on staying near London in case, it is supposed by Maggie and Fanny, Charlotte comes to see him one last time. Maggie also tells Fanny of Charlotte's plan to separate Maggie from her father, an action Maggie feels is unjust.

In the second chapter of this section Charlotte telegrams a request to have tea with Maggie and the Prince before Charlotte and her husband leave for America. Maggie shows the Prince the telegram who asks Maggie what she wants him to do about the news. Maggie suggests that her father may want to take her out to dinner alone, as they did in old times, thus leaving the Prince and Charlotte alone also. At this suggestion, the Prince...

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