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The Nice and the Good Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 21 Summary

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Chapter 21 Summary

Paula is with Willy as Barbara comes up. Paula excuses herself. She thinks about how Eric's ship is coming toward her and how she mustn't say anything about his impending arrival to anyone. She cannot control or manage him and so she must face whatever will happen with courage. Paula sees Henrietta and asks where Edward is. Henrietta tells her that he is looking for Montrose, who is still missing.

At Willy's, Barbara tells him that she has learned a flute quartet. Willy tells her not to play it for him, as the music is too painful. She asks him why he won't teach her German, but he doesn't give her a reason. They talk a bit about Pierce and then that Willy is going to London for a few days and will be staying with Ducane. She tells him that Montrose is still missing and begins...

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