The Nice and the Good - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Edward and Henrietta talk about having a seaweed bath that night to test it out as a cure of Theo's rheumatism as Kate and Ducane walk by the kitchen door. They call in that they are going to see Willy. They discuss how Barbara and Pierce are not getting along well and Ducane suggests it's because they are growing up. They also talk a bit about Radeechy's suicide.

As they walk, Ducane thinks about many things: Radeechy, his scene with Jessica, the presence of Kate beside him, and at the lowest level, a consciousness of his surroundings and an extension of himself into nature. Kate says she thinks she will let John go in alone when they get to Willy's. John had first met Willy at a conference and it was John who had installed Willy at Trescombe Cottage. Willy suffers from depression and at times, he...

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