The Mysteries of Udolpho - Section 2: Volume 1, chapters 6-9 Summary & Analysis

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Section 2: Volume 1, chapters 6-9 Summary

In the sixth chapter, Valancourt, St. Albert and Emily sadly separate after breakfast. St. Albert is eager to reach Perpignan because he expects letters from M. Quesnel that are to be sent there. When Emily looks for her book, she finds Valancourt's volume of Petrarch's poems with underlined passages, causing her to weep over Valancourt's obvious affection. In Perpignan, St. Albert receives his letters and tells Emily of his financial ruin. Emily consoles her father that poverty cannot deprive them of intellectual delights. St. Albert becomes sick again, and they decide to seek lodging at a chateau, but the gloomy road to the chateau dissuades them. When St. Albert faints, Emily disembarks and finds a group of peasants to help her. La Voisin, one of the peasants, offers to lodge them for the evening. Music plays in...

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