The Nice and the Good - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

Willy has arrived at Ducane's house. Kate and Octavian have gone on a vacation together and Willy and Ducane comment about how happy they are. They talk about the other inhabitants of the estate, worrying about Paula and the children because the cat is still missing.

Ducane spent the previous evening with Jessica, agreeing to go on seeing her but only once a week. She had asked him again if he had a mistress and he denied it again. Ducane also saw McGrath again, trying to bide for more time. He didn't want Jessica and Kate to see him as a liar or a trickster. He worries that maybe Kate will banish him from the estate if she finds out. He is also beginning to feel that Biranne was the key to the Radeechy affair and has been having dreams of pursuing him. Ducane feels a mounting...

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