The Mysteries of Udolpho - Section 13: Volume 4, chapters 7-10 Summary & Analysis

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Section 13: Volume 4, chapters 7-10 Summary

In chapter seven, Emily takes her walk the next morning and finds a poem, "Shipwreck", carved on the stone tower near Chateau le Blanc and believes Valancourt wrote it. Count De Villefort joins her and attempts to cheer her up with the hope of regaining Mme. Montoni's estates. Back at the chateau, the Count enters the Marchioness' chambers to find that Ludovico has vanished. No one can find Ludovico. Baron St. Foix is convinced of the probability of apparitions, and many servants quit. With Dorothee's consent, Emily tells Count De Villefort about their adventures in the suite, and the Count decides to watch for ghosts in the suite himself some night. Many guests leave, and Du Pont returns to Chateau le Blanc. Emily receives Du Pont with reserve, but Count De Villefort encourages Du Pont to hope...

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