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The Master - Chapter 9: March 1899 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9: March 1899 Summary

Henry travels to Paris to tour the city with the daughters of Ellen Temple, Minny's sister. The girls, Rosina and Bay Emmet, have a coarseness about them that Henry seeks to correct, and they love teasing Henry about this. Though very different from each other, both of Henry's young cousins remind him in different ways of Minny Temple.

Being in Europe again after five years of not leaving England also brings old memories to Henry's mind, and he cannot keep himself from thinking of poor Constance Fenimore Woolson. After he leaves the girls to their own European vacation, Henry travels south to Marseilles on his way to Venice. In Venice, Henry is again captivated by its sites and splendor, but cannot help feeling a heavy sense of doom knowing that this was the city where Constance had jumped from a terrace...

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