The Great Fire - Part 3, Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 21 Summary

In New Zealand, Helen spends time studying and further developing friendships. It is while studying with girls from her French class that Helen finally faces the reality of life in New Zealand. Many arrive, intending to leave after a brief visit, and find that they stay there without purpose, at the end of the world.

Helen makes the acquaintance of Sidney Fairfax, a gentleman who has come, voluntarily, to New Zealand for respite. Upon learning that Sidney's brother has recently suffered a trauma, Helen agrees to meet Gerald Fairfax. Sidney recognizes in Helen the experience of other places. He believes the distance between her and Aldred is too great and that her gentleman will forget her.

Part 3, Chapter 21 Analysis

Additional characters are added on the New Zealand front. The Fairfax brothers are young men; one who has suffered a trauma. Neither...

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