The Mysteries of Udolpho - Section 4: Volume 2, chapters 1-3 Summary & Analysis

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Section 4: Volume 2, chapters 1-3 Summary

In chapter one, Emily wakes sad about leaving, and Mme. Montoni chides her for her lack of decorum. As they leave Tholouse, Valancourt appears in the road and secretly hands Emily a letter expressing the sincerity of his affections. In chapter two, Montoni is frigid towards his wife as their journey continues. They arrive at Montoni's mansion where he treats Mme. Montoni even poorly and quickly leaves with Cavigni. Mme. Montoni is thoughtful. Emily watches the scene out of the window and listens to music. In the third chapter, Mme. Montoni is angry when her new husband stays out all night. The next day, a party, consisting of Signor Bertolini, Signor Orsino, Count Morano, Signora Livona, Montoni, Mme. Montoni and Emily, take a gondola ride. Montoni boards another gondola and leaves the party. Count Morano pays special...

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