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The Mysteries of Udolpho Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 3: Volume 1, chapters 10-13 Summary

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Section 3: Volume 1, chapters 10-13 Summary

In chapter ten, Emily is tempted to read the papers, but she destroys them immediately and decides to keep the miniature, which she now suspects is the Marchioness de Villeroi. Valancourt interrupts, and they walk through the gardens where he declares his love for Emily. Emily admits that she likes Valancourt as did her father, but points out the impropriety of receiving a male visitor without supervision. Valancourt kisses Emily's hand in farewell just as Mme. Cheron enters the garden. After Valancourt leaves, Mme. Cheron chides Emily about receiving male visitors without supervision, accusing her niece of duplicity in her desire to stay at La Vallee. Mme. Cheron wants to leave La Valle in the morning, so Emily packs and tearfully bids farewell to the happiness of her childhood haunts as well as the location of Valancourt's declaration of devotion.

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