The Great Fire - Part 3, Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 19 Summary

Aldred has written to the Driscolls about Helen. They have denied his request. A series of letters go back and forth between Helen and Aldred and Tad and Aldred. Helen tells Aldred of the acquaintances she has made: a gardener and the mother and daughter Fry. She also tells him of Tad's intention to travel to California and study at Berkeley. Once there, he will renew his acquaintance with Benedict and write Helen of her brother's status.

In New Zealand, the mother and daughter Fry befriend Helen, and she spends quite a bit of time with the two women. It is with their help that Helen finds an outlet without thought of judgment. Helen does not share her feelings for Aldred with the two Fry women. However, unbeknownst to her, they are both aware of the situation, having heard Melba Driscoll...

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