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The Painted Veil Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 28 through 39 Summary

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Chapters 28 through 39 Summary

Chapter 28: Kitty and Walter set out on their trip to Mei-tan-fu. Kitty's mind is absorbed with pain over Charlie, but she does her best to hide her tears. Walter remains aloof, barely talking to her. She decides that if it is Walter's intention to kill her, she does not care.

Chapter 29: The trip continues and Kitty's mind continues to turn. She thought that by now Walter would have forgiven her, that her power over him was stronger than this. As of yet, she has not succumbed, and she begins to think that maybe his intentions really are evil.

Chapter 30: As they pass through the final stretch of their journey, the caravan passes through a graveyard. Kitty is gripped with terror to see some Chinese peasants carrying a coffin.

Chapter 31: Kitty and Walter arrive at their new residence and she meets Waddington, an English official who...

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